Keeping Shenandoah Wild

Shenandoah National Park boasts incredible biological diversity, with a rich array of native plants and animals that call our park home. Our projects over the years have been incredibly diverse, from invasive species control, native habitat restoration and climate change initiatives, to endangered species protection and erosion control.

Current Projects

Nipping it in the Bud

Project Title: Nipping it in the Bud – Support for Invasive Plant Early Detection/Rapid Response in Shenandoah National Park Project Purpose: To mitigate the threat…
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Volunteer Coordinator

The Natural and Cultural Resources Volunteer Coordinator is funded to be the project facilitator in the Park’s Natural and Cultural Resources Division. This position allowed…
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Keeping Bears Wild

Shenandoah has a robust bear population, but it takes all of us to keep them safe and healthy. Your donations support park employees whose job…
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Edge Fund

The Trust has provided funding to assist landowners with fees associated with establishing conservation easements on properties that protect the viewshed from the park, maintain…
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Past Projects

Big Meadows Air Quality Monitoring

Many visitors to Shenandoah National Park are unaware of its chronic air quality issues. Particulates and toxins from power plants and other industrial facilities blow…
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Research Fellowships

The National Park Service faces a number of increasingly complex issues that threaten the integrity of natural ecosystems, cultural resources, and visitor experiences at Shenandoah…
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