The Piedmont View

The Piedmont View

Our quarterly membership newsletter.

 

The 2014 winter editon of the Piedmont View includes a feature article about our building renovation, a tale of Small Farm Dream Course alums, grants and awards we've received recently and much more.You can read individual articles online or view a PDF for the entire issue, if you prefer.   

The 2014 fall editon of the Piedmont View includes a feature article about Farmer-Chef Express, PEC's new, online tool to connect buyers and sellers of local food. You can also read about the progress for Route 29 improvements, an update for the Outer Beltway, and how the Spectra gas pipeline was suspended. Also, check out the Warrenton Trails Map we showcased in this issue! You can read individual articles online or view a PDF for the entire issue, if you prefer.   

This year's spring edition of the Piedmont View includes a in-depth look at the Western Bypass victory, the fight to save Waterloo Bridge, information on the great homecoming at McAllister Cabin and much more. You can read the individual articles online or view a PDF of the whole issue if you prefer.

This year's spring edition of the Piedmont View includes a look at this past year's amazing conservation successes. You can read the individual articles online or view a PDF of the whole issue if you prefer.

This year's winter edition of the Piedmont View includes an introduction to new PEC Board Co-Chairs George Ohrstrom and Jean Perin, as well as articles about teaming up to save the eastern brook trout, renovating worn-out pastures, and county notes from across the Piedmont. You can read the individual articles online or view a PDF of the whole issue if you prefer.

This year's fall edition of the Piedmont View includes a feature article and Letter from the President reflecting on the campaign against Disney's America, twenty years after it was first proposed. PLUS-- Bruce Smart reminds us of a second Earth Day in November; PEC helps expand a community greenway; updates on the Western Bypass and Outer Beltway; and PEC fellows reflect on their experience. You can read the individual articles online or view a PDF of the whole issue if you prefer.

This year's summer edition of the Piedmont View includes an update on the Outer Beltway project, profiles of two women who's work and passion for conservation spans generations, a story outlining updates to County Comprehensive Plans, something on PEC's Piedmont Memorial Overlook and much more. You can read the individual articles online or view a PDF of the whole issue if you prefer.

This year's Conservation Edition of the Piedmont View highlights conservation success stories in each one of our counties, a uranium mining win at the General Assembly, PEC's Buy Fresh Buy Local work session, Virginia's transportation choices, and the benefits of lanscaping with native plants. You can continue reading the individual articles online or view a PDF of the whole issue if you prefer.

Check out what's happening in your county with our On-The-Ground issue. 40 years with PEC: Looking back and moving forward.

Finding the right balance for Piedmont wineries. The Charlottesville Western Bypass is more than a local issue. Gov. McDonnell's Uranium Working Group putting the cart before the horse. And more.

Workshop covers ways to contol invasive plants on your land. A gardener grows habitat for butterflies. A suburban mom launches a popular Earth Day festival. Two kids take on the Charlottesville Western Bypass. And more.

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