Restoring Wildlife Habitat

Whether you live in urban, suburban or rural areas, you can make a positive impact on surrounding fish and wildlife populations. Our web resources are intended to give you the tools to manage your Piedmont lands and waters for greater biodiversity, productivity, and environmental quality.


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A Fish Runs Through It

A Fish Runs Through It

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Landowner Jimmy Graves and Shenandoah National Park Superintendent Jennifer Flynn cut the ribbon to celebrate the opening of the new bridge at Whiteoak Canyon. Pictured, left to right: Celia Vuocolo, Chris Miller, Peter Hujik, Chris Hawk, PEC; Jennifer Flynn, Shenandoah ...
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What's That Pollinator?

What’s That Pollinator?

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Bombus perplexus in the Larson Native Plant Garden. It's the time of year when butterflies and bees are starting to flutter around the Larson Native Plant Garden at PEC's Warrenton office. Last spring, we began studying those fluttering insect pollinators, ...
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Tips for Providing Winter Wildlife Habitat

Tips for Providing Winter Wildlife Habitat

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Winter can be tough on all of us, including our native wildlife. During the freezing temperatures and heavy snowfalls, we can swing by the grocery store before a winter storm and stay cozy in our warm homes. But wildlife are ...
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Common Space for the Greater Good

Common Space for the Greater Good

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From left to right: Conservation Landscape Designer Susan Abraham, Virginia Master Naturalist Frank McLaughlin and River Creek Con uence Park Committee members Jack McNamee and Harrison Crecraft. Photo by Paula Combs. Over 60 percent of Loudoun residents, live in a ...
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Loudoun HOA communities share and discover practical steps for healthier landscaping

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The second Homeowners Association (HOA) forum, “Common Space for the Greater Good,” was held on October 11, 2018 and attended by nearly 100 guests representing 33 HOA communities. “Practical Steps for Healthier Landscapes” was the second installment of Loudoun HOA ...
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