Friends of the Blue Ridge Mountains, founded in 2007 by Loudoun and Fauquier area residents, is dedicated to the cause of safeguarding and celebrating the unique heritage and many resources – historic, cultural, educational, aesthetic, recreational and ecological – of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Our 2013 Summer Volunteer Day Was A Success! About 20 adults and several children, including members of the FBRM, Virginia Native Plant Society, and Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority (NVRPA), as well as interested community members, spent the day removing non-native vegetation from the park, particularly the invasive Mile-A-Minute vine which strangles other vegetation ... Click here for more our Events Page ...
To preserve, enhance and celebrate the Blue Ridge Mountains as a valuable resource and treasured space for present and future generations
The Blue Ridge Mountains stand secure as a national treasure for all time . . . ancient and sacred space that is maintained as a model of natural and cultural preservation – a free and accessible destination for recreation, discovery and renewal that inspires others to join and sustain our effort.
To address the threats facing the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia and a small portion of the West Virginia panhandle, the Friends of the Blue Ridge and the National Wildlife Federation (NWF) are partnering to embark upon a bold initiative. Together, Friends of the Blue Ridge and NWF will coordinate a coalition of non-profit organizations to create a Conservation Corridor along the most threatened stretch of the Blue Ridge: The section from the Shenandoah National Forest in Virginia (Fauquier County) across Loudoun and Clark Counties in Virginia, down to Harpers Ferry, in Jefferson County, West Virginia, where the range reaches the Potomac River. Please click [A Bold Initiative] to download a PDF for more information about our project and and partnership with NWF!
The Friends of the Blue Ridge Mountains invites all individuals and families interested in preserving and celebrating the mountains to join our organization for 2009. We are a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization so membership is fully tax-deductible.
Individual: $35 per year
The Friends of the Blue Ridge Mountains invites all individuals and families interested in preserving and celebrating the mountains to join our organization for 2009. We are a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization so your membership is fully tax-deductible. Please mail memberships to: Friends of the Blue Ridge Mountains, PO Box 1002, Purcellville, VA 20134
For more information
Al Van Huyck, President
Friends of the Blue Ridge Mountains
PO Box 1002, Purcellville, VA, 20134, USA
Phone: (540) 338-3524