Virginia

Southeast Coast Saltwater Paddling Trail kayaker

Paddlers have a great new website for navigating the Southeast Coast Saltwater Paddling Trail (SECT). This extensive trail allows for travel along an unbroken trail of tidal marshes and rivers more than 760 miles along the coasts of Virginia, North Carolina,… Read More

Snead Farm Pumpkin picking at Snead Farm

In 2011, we helped with a land preservation agreement that permanently protects the 290-acres of Emmett Snead III’s pick-your-own style farm in eastern Virginia near Fredericksburg. Under this agreement, Snead Farm will continue to maintain its use as a working… Read More

Camden Farm Camden Farm

The Pratt family has lived at Camden Farm for seven generations. Today, John Pratt and his family live in the historic home on the property, which dates to 1859.  Much of the original house remains including furniture, draperies, carpeting, light… Read More

Rappahannock River Valley National Wildlife Refuge Rappahannock River

The Rappahannock has been recognized as a river of national significance, providing freshwater to the Chesapeake Bay as well as habitat for globally rare plant species, regionally important fish populations, neotropical birds species and raptors.  The Rappahannock River Valley National Wildlife… Read More

Blue Ridge Parkway Blue Ridge Parkway

As one of the most visited units of the National Park Service (NPS), the Blue Ridge Parkway welcomes more than 17 million visitors each year. Travelers enjoy the parkway’s nearly 470 miles of twists and turns through the mountain landscape connecting… Read More

Blair’s Wharf: Completing The James River National Wildlife Refuge bald eagle

For more than 25 years, the Fund has worked with partners to fulfill their conservation goals.  In 2010, we transferred 125 acres and nearly a mile of shoreline along the James River in Prince George County to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife… Read More

Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge Tundra swans at Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge

The Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge covers roughly 9,000 acres of barrier island beaches and dunes, shrub-scrub, woodlands, farmlands and fresh and brackish marsh along the Atlantic Ocean.  Similar to other Atlantic and Gulf barrier islands, the refuge’s narrow coastline provides… Read More

Captain John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail John Smith Chesapeake National Historic Trail

Over 400 years ago, Captain John Smith arrived in the New World—and changed it forever. In addition to helping found Jamestown, the first permanent American settlement, Smith became the first English explorer to map the Chesapeake Bay. He and his… Read More

Civil War Battlefield Conservation: Virginia Federicksburg and Spotsylvania National Military Park

The Conservation Fund has helped protect a dozen Civil War battlefields across the state of Virginia. Beaver Dam Creek We protected 236 acres in the Chickahominy River watershed including part of the Federal line during the second of the Seven Days battles… Read More

New River Initiative New River Gorge

The New River connects communities in 21 rural counties across three states (North Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia) in southern Appalachia. We are integrating watershed protection with economic revitalization to preserve this American Heritage River—renowned for its wildlife and recreation opportunities…. Read More

CONTACT

Reggie Hall
Reggie Hall Arlington, VA
(703) 525-6300
rhall@conservationfund.org

As Director of the Fund’s Land Conservation Loan Program, Reggie Hall works with land trusts, nonprofits, community partners and government leaders nationwide to save special places outdoors. When not saving land, Reggie is experiencing it—often on a bike, in running shoes, or otherwise suited up for adventure. He has a JD from Vermont Law School and a BA from Williams College.