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Ridges and rivers, national forests and natural wonders, a wealth of wildlife and a rich human heritage: Rockbridge County, nestled between two ancient mountain ranges, has it all.

From the Blue Ridge to the Allegheny Mountains, our environmental and cultural treasures include Natural Bridge, Goshen Pass, the Cyrus McCormick Farm, the Virginia Horse Center, four colleges, the George Washington and Jefferson National Forests, and the Blue Ridge Parkway.

Since 1976, the Rockbridge Area Conservation Council has been a community leader in promoting the wise stewardship and the sustainable use of these natural and cultural resources.

 
 
Susan Evans (left) won the Community Festival raffle for the solar bird bath donated by RACC member, Sallie Sebrel. Jane Comstock, RACC Membership Director is on the right.

Protecting our environment for 40 years

RACC works through education, advocacy, and action to protect, enhance, and support our natural resources, and safeguard them for the future. You can join the conservation community by becoming a member today. Join Online

WHAT'S NEW

- Comments presented to City Council Thursday Sept 7
"Section-specific Questions, Comments, and Suggestions on the Proposed New City of Lexington Zoning Ordinance"
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RACC General Comments on Zoning ordinance revisions (link to pdf)
- Climate Change Module
by Fred Fevrier gives information about climate change and what you can do.
- House Mountain
case postponed until Dec 6-7, 2017
- Dominion Pipeline to cross through the headwaters of the Maury River in Augusta County, upstream of Lexington’s water supply. Information Here

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