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A Fall Picnic with the Rapidan Society

With Old Rag as a backdrop, members of the Rapidan Society gathered at DuCard Vineyards for a picnic full of food for the body from Bavarian Chef and food for the mind from Liz Knotts, a Prevention Services Coordinator from Elk Hill, one of our organizational partners.   Knotts shared her…
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Hike Series: Leave No Trace

Last Friday, Shenandoah National Park Trust held our first hike of the year in the Park. The hike was led by Leah Cawthorn, a Volunteer and Youth Project leader with the Appalachian Conservation Corps. Leah spoke to attendees about the seven principles of Leave No Trace, which are important to…
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Giving Tuesday

The Shenandoah National Park brings people together and gives them a space to enjoy solitude. It is a place for…
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The Art of Wild Places

During National Park Week, we gathered a handful of past Artists-in-Residence (AiR) to have a roundtable discussion on the intersection…
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Give Local Piedmont 2021

We’re honored to be participating in Give Local Piedmont 2021 for our sixth year. Your gift will help Shenandoah’s wildlife…
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National Park Week 2021

Shenandoah National Park boasts incredible biological diversity, with a rich array of native plants and animals that call our park…
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State of the Park Happy Hour

Watch our State of the Park Happy Hour with Superintendent Patrick Kenney and Deputy Superintendent Kevin Soviak from Shenandoah National Park!…
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National Park Week 2020

Although we wish we were at Shenandoah National Park to enjoy spring flowers and Junior Ranger Day, we can still…
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