Students Explore Conserved Property

New River Land Trust’s Youth Outreach program took fourth graders from Harding Avenue Elementary School to explore and study a local conserved property, the Obenshain Easement.  Students rotated through three different experiences:  assessing stream quality, creating sketch maps and stories of the land, and becoming “water investigators”. The students learned about our community, from how … Read more

Signs Installed at Nature Play Space

We were very excited to see the new signs go in at the Nature Play Space in Heritage Park, despite the rain this week. The 4 signs are in different habitats at the park: pond, field, farm and the play space.  Go for a visit and see if you can find and read all 4!  … Read more

Nature Classroom

Read The Roanoke Times’ story on our newest youth outreach project in Blacksburg’s Heritage Park: Read the full story on the Times’ website.

2016 Fall Newsletter

In this issue: Land Trust to Hold New Easement in Carroll County Lifelong Learning Class Takes Trip into History NRLT Receives National Recognition Conservation Outreach Coordinator Joins NRLT Nature Play Space Opens in Heritage Park Download the 2016 Fall Newsletter

2016 Summer Newsletter

In this issue: Douthat Family Farm Conserved in Pulaski County In Remembrance: Dr. T. Marshall Hahn NRLT to Partner with Lifelong Learning Institute Youth Outreach Offers Outdoor Family Classes Download the 2016 Summer Newsletter