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Keep Pr. Wm. Beautiful (KPWB) cancels May 18 fundraiser

Keep Prince William Beautiful 's (KPWB) Spring Fling Fundraiser planned for Saturday,May 18, 2024 at Cedar Run Brewery in Nokesville has been canceled due to a stormy forecast.

Lake Ridge homeowners debate what to do about deer in neighborhood

Archery program like used in Fairfax mentioned as a possible solution.

Wittman-Warner Chesapeake Bay Bill ready for President Obama’s signature

Legislation by US Congressman Rob Wittman and Senator Mark Warner to increase coordination and transparency within Chesapeake Bay restoration efforts, and reduce duplication of federal and state efforts now goes to President Obama for his signature.

Manassas Battlefield fire management plan available for public review

Manassas National Battlefield Park Fire Management Plan/Environmental Assessment (EA) is now available for public review. The EA evaluates management options for the update of the Fire Management Plan.

NOVEC will recycle Christmas trees Dec. 26-Jan. 12

Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative will accept evergreen Christmas trees, wreaths, and garland at its technical center at 5399 Wellington Branch Road, Gainesville, VA 20155, near I-66 from Dec. 26 to Jan. 12.

Give your garbage another life on America Recycles Day Nov. 15

America Recycles Day celebrates the benefits of recycling and provides an educational platform that motivates people to take action to recycle more and recycle smarter, influencing recycling behaviors at work, at home and on the go.

EPA tells how to be careful about food waste this Thanksgiving

Are you one of the many people who will have to clear out refrigerator space to hold everything before going to the supermarket to buy the turkey, assorted vegetables, fruit and cheese for Thanksgiving? Here are four holiday tips anyone can use to reduce his or her impact on the environment this Thanksgiving.

Marumsco Creek cleanup Nov. 8; volunteers needed

Prince Williams Trails and Streams Coalition, in conjunction with the Prince William Soil and Water Conservation District and the Prince William County Parks and Recreation Department, invites volunteers ages 10 and over to the Marumsco Creek Cleanup.

Wild ginseng harvest and purchase highly regulated in Virginia

Violation of Virginia’s wild ginseng harvest regulations is punishable by either imprisonment for up to 12 months, fine of not more than $2,500, or both.

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