We value the conservation of natural resources, the restoration of historic landscapes, and ongoing environmental education for members and Virginia citizens.
Hosting GCV’s 83rd Historic Garden Week in Virginia which is a week-long, statewide event and supports ongoing restoration projects.
Restoring Poplar Forest in Bedford County. We are using archaeological findings to re-create the landscape that Thomas Jefferson planned and planted himself.
Clean Energy: Exploring Wind and Solar GCV hosts its 58th Conservation Forum, November 3, 2016 at the Paramount Theater in Charlottesville. The Forum is open to the public and provides an opportunity to meet with leading conservationists.
Support Virginia State Parks through our Historic Garden Week event.
Restoration of current historical landscape projects including Poplar Forest and the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library.
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