From forest management to development tracking, find out what SVN is involved in today.
The forest comprises more than 29 percent of the land in Augusta and provides drinking water to 20,124 residents in the county and Staunton. Officials are currently rewriting the forest management plan, which will guide forest uses for the next 15 years.
The Augusta County Board of Supervisors approved a resolution calling on the U.S. Forest Service to add comprehensive drinking watershed planning and protection to the GW National Forest management plan.
Interest is growing in developing large commercial wind projects in the Shenandoah Valley. Find out where potential sites could be located.
The comprehensive plan, maps, list of steering committee members and other information are available on the County's website.
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