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Read more Kim Kirkbride moved to the New River Valley in 2004, and quickly discovered she belonged here.

Kim has worked on local farms, as a community organizer in Appalachian communities, promoted place-based education in Giles County and now owns a small farm in Newport. Read more The New River Land Trust (NRLT) has been using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) data and technology for many years to guide its strategic conservation efforts.

less Beau Clark, left, and Jack Mitchell round up cattle to be moved to another pasture on Jack's ranch in Alpaugh, CA, Thursday, March 20, 2014.

Farmer Jack Mitchell has sold about 2000 acres of his ranch to the ...

Please become a member today and support conservation close to home. Remember to RSVP to mailto: [email protected]! Read more The New River Land Trust is excited to present the 2018 Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour on Wednesday March 14, 2018 at Moss Arts Center in Blacksburg. The World Tour, featuring the most breathtaking and moving outdoor films from the 9-day…

Come to our kickoff event of the Early Birder Program! Read more NRLT worked with landowners Sue Dille and Barry Johnson to place their farm in Wythe County under conservation easement this past fall. The 33-acre property includes prime farmland, a large forest buffer between the river and pastures and is visible from the New…

We work with partners, including local governments, on larger land policy and conservation issues and educate and assist landowners to conserve their land by voluntarily donating conservation easements on their property.less Bull Rushes are seen in the water of the wetlands at the Atwell Island Sanctuary in Alpaugh, CA, Thursday, March 20, 2014.Farmer Jack Mitchell has sold about 2000 acres of his ranch to the Atwell Island ...Farmer Jack Mitchell has sold about 2000 acres of his ranch to the Atwell Island Sanctuary which, through the Bureau of Land Management, is turning former farm land in the San Joaquin Valley back to it's natural pre-agraculture state.less As part of a Alpaugh High School biology class project, 10th grader Alondra Bernal, left, marks down data while checking on a plot where students have planted native plants as substitute teacher Mrs. more Site manager Jihadda Govan talks about how native plants are doing as they grow in fields that were sold by local rancher Jack Mitchell to the Atwell Island Sanctuary in Alpaugh, CA, Thursday, March 20, 2014.

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