Conservation Close to Home
The New River Land Trust works to protect farmland, forests, open spaces and historic places in the New River region of Southwest Virginia. We are a local conservation organization that protects the natural, cultural and historic resources right in our backyard.
We work to keep family farms, forests, wildlife habitat, scenic views, water resources and historic places preserved – forever. We work with partners, including local governments, on larger land policy and conservation issues and educate and assist landowners to conserve their land by voluntarily donating conservation easements on their property. We also connect kids to the outdoors through our Youth Education program and the Nature Play Space in Heritage Park, reaching out to the next generation of conservationists.
Since 2002, we have helped protect more than 52,000 acres of land in the region and over 25 miles of New River frontage.
Please become a member today and support conservation close to home.
Wednesday, 4:30-6:00pm Falls Ridge Nature Preserve. Lead by New River Land Trust Conservation Coordinator and birder Allison Tillett Brown. Practice birding by ear and spot for Wood thrush, Vireos and Scarlet Tanager. RSVP required for all events. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your family’s spot. Read more
Grounded to the earth, stretching to the sky—this will be our focus as we join Yoga instructor and preschool teacher Hannah Conner to explore yoga in nature and animal movement at Heritage Park and in the Nature Play Space. Please bring your yoga mat if you have one. There will… Read more