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Front Royal aims to conserve water

Front Royal released a public notice Monday asking residents to take part in voluntary water conservation practices due to a reduction in the Shenandoah River's flow rates.
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State agencies, locals take steps to improve streams

FRONT ROYAL -- Local groups have partnered with state officials to start the necessary actions required to remove local streams from Virginia's impaired waters list.
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National Public Lands Day encourages volunteerism

Volunteers will have the opportunity to make a real difference in Shenandoah National Park Saturday while celebrating National Public Lands Day.
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Tour aimed to educate locals about rare plants

Three rare Virginia plants are found exclusively within the marshes of Abram's Creek Wetlands Preserve in Winchester. But their habitat may be shrinking.
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Prescribed burn slated at Shenandoah National Park

Shenandoah National Park officials are planning to maintain part of Big Meadows -- by burning it.
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A clean slate

FRONT ROYAL -- The 440-acre Avtex Fibers Superfund site is visible from one of the first overlooks on Skyline Drive. Once, a visitor could see smoke billowing from the facility.
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Ag program encourages best management practices

A new Virginia program will encourage farmers to implement best management practices in order to document ways in which water quality is improving throughout the state.
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Board denies request for new waste permit

WOODSTOCK -- A recent request made by Mountain View Rendering LLC, located in Edinburg, was denied by a torn Shenandoah County Board of Supervisors Tuesday.
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Park celebrates wilderness act with week of programs

This week, Shenandoah National Park is celebrating its first wilderness week -- but park officials are hoping the message will reverberate all year long.
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Volunteers help Discovery Museum and Habitat for Humanity

Cold temperatures and a little snow weren't enough to keep volunteers from "deconstructing" the Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum's future home on Friday.

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