The Piedmont Environmental Council’s Julian Scheer Fauquier Land Conservation Fund (the “Fauquier Fund”) is dedicated to protecting land with important natural, historic, scenic, and agricultural resources in Fauquier County, Virginia. An advisory committee, composed of local residents and PEC staff, helps identify potential projects and provide information to landowners about protecting their land.
Senior Policy Manager & Field Representative. Culpeper, Madison, & Greene Counties. Adam joined the staff of The Piedmont Environmental Council in October 2020, serving in the dual roles of field representative and senior policy manager. Locally, Adam coordinates PEC’s response to land use projects in Culpeper, Madison, and Greene counties. At the state level, he supports the organization’s advocacy efforts on a wide range of land conservation, historic preservation, and land use policy issues.
The Orange County Planning Commission held a public hearing on Oct. 1, 2020 for a rezoning requested by Signature Series Development, LLC. The application would rezone a 75.8-acre parcel from ‘C-2 Conditional’ and ‘R-4 Conditional’ to ‘Planned Development – Mixed Use’ along Route 3 located in the Germanna Wilderness Area Plan.
Interested in going solar? We’re excited to announce that Solarize Piedmont, our joint campaign with the Local Energy Alliance Program, is back through the end of the summer. If you’ve been curious about getting a solar system for your home, farm or business, but haven’t priced it out, now is a good time to sign up for a free quote!
View the PDFs of past editions of PEC’s quarterly member newsletter, The Piedmont View.
This semi-annual publication of The Piedmont Environmental Council highlights some of the conservation opportunities that are available to local landowners. This edition also includes 2019 Piedmont land conservation totals, a feature on a family farm that was conserved, and an update from PEC’s director of land conservation, Mike Kane.
Read this third edition of the Rappahannock Land Use blog for PEC as a summary of the past week’s events, for April 13-17, 2020.