Rappahannock County

PEC is proud to join other local groups and interested citizens in successful efforts to protect the magnificent natural and cultural heritage of Rappahannock County.

PEC Donates Land to National Park

PEC Donates Land to National Park

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Shenandoah National Park just grew a little bigger and a little more beautiful. This past May, We donated a 17.2-acre property of ours in Rappahannock County to the National Park Service. A forested and vacant parcel on a mountain slope ...
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Good News for the Brook Trout

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We’re continuing our efforts to increase the habitat available to the eastern brook trout and other fish species with two pilot culvert removal projects ...
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Rappahannock's Mountain Heritage: An Open House at the Thornton Gap Primitive Baptist Church

Rappahannock’s Mountain Heritage: An Open House at the Thornton Gap Primitive Baptist Church

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On April 11, 2015, PEC hosted our fourth annual mountain heritage celebration in partnership with Rappahannock Historical Society at Sperryville's Thornton Gap Primitive Baptist Church. More than 250 people attended throughout the day - visitors learned about the rich culture ...
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The Rappahannock County Conservation Alliance (RCCA)

The Rappahannock County Conservation Alliance (RCCA)

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RCCA was founded in 1999 as a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization focused on preserving open space and farmland in Rappahannock County. Its mission was to ensure that Rappahannock County remains a scenic, rural community by promoting conservation easements and farmland preservation ...
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The Krebser Fund for Rappahannock County Conservation

The Krebser Fund for Rappahannock County Conservation

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The Krebser Fund for Rappahannock County Conservation (the “Krebser Fund”) is dedicated to protecting important conservation lands and supporting conservation projects in Rappahannock County, Virginia. The Krebser Fund is a land conservation fund managed by the Piedmont Foundation--a 509(a)(3) supporting ...
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