One of Virginia’s premier land trusts, the Valley Conservation Council is a member-supported nonprofit that protects the natural resources, cultural heritage, and agricultural vitality of the greater Shenandoah Valley region.
We provide leadership, technical expertise, and local knowledge to help keep the Valley's special places intact. Over the past 25 years, VCC and its partners have conserved tens of thousands of acres of private farms and forests in Virginia.
Join us as we make an enduring difference in America’s legendary Shenandoah Valley.
Protecting our region's treasured natural resources, legendary throughout American history, is critical for the overall health of the Chesapeake Bay and beyond.
Respecting our rich heritage means taking good care of the places, communities, and landmarks that have cultural significance for the region, Virginia, and America.
Fostering the agricultural sector, our region's oldest economic engine, is a critical part of America's network of food producers, marketers, and well-informed consumers.