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Watershed work, well done

Marc Malik (second from left) receives a certificate of appreciation from RappFLOW board members (from left) Bev Hunter, Carolyn Thornton, Forrest Marquisee and Donna Marquisee.
Grazing along

In an effort to increase his farm’s profitability and reduce environmental impacts such as runoff and soil erosion, Flint Hill farmer Mike Sands began working with The Piedmont Environmental Council (PEC) in 2013.
Mountaintop meeting

The Rappahannock League for Environmental Protection (RLEP) held its board meeting Monday evening atop Red Oak Mountain in Woodville.
Wild Ideas: Nature as medicine

Having a passion for nature can be rewarding in many ways, but now scientists are finding that being out in nature offers real health benefits.
Save the farm, save the Bay

The five-year court battle is over. The Supreme Court of the United States, by declining to hear the case, has affirmed two lower courts’ decisions that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency did not overstep its bounds by setting total maximum…
The Rapp for April 21

This week: 38th annual Fodderstack race • Walker’s Run at Theatre • Let’s get Rappahannock clean and green again • Rapp at Home expands services