For 87 years, the WARREN COUNTY CHAPTER has worked to protect our natural resources in Virginia's Northern Shenandoah Valley.
Warren County is our primary membership area, but we maintain a waiting list of applicants from adjoining counties.
Our MISSION is "...to strive for the purity of water, the clarity of air, and the wise stewardship of land and its resources; to know the beauty and understanding of nature and the value of wildlife, woodlands and open space; to the preservation of the heritage and to man's sharing in it."
Welcome to our online home!


P.O. BOX 556 - 


Updated MAY 25

, 2016


Our next meeting is June 6, 2016. 
Brad Fink, District Fisheries Biologist with the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries will present the program. The menu hasn't been determined yet, but may be the same as the Fund Raiser the day before the meeting. 
Between meetings, you're also welcome to attend the Board meetings at the County Government Center on the third Tuesday of each month.



Chapter Member (and Certified Instructor) Buz Grover will be offering handgun training at the Chapter if there is sufficient interest.  
When the details of the upcoming course offering are known, they will be available here, and on the Chapter's 
facebook page.
Buz needs a minimum number of students to put on the course. If you're interested, watch for the announcement.


We're on Facebook. This web page gets updated every few weeks. Our Facebook page gets updated much more often. Check it out, bookmark it, and maybe even "like" it. Here's the link:

If you need help getting online, accessing our Facebook page or receiving FB notifications, ask your grandkids!



Our board meetings are usually held the third Tuesday of each month.  
The Board will next meet on June 21st at the Warren County Government Center. 
You - and your input on Chapter issues - are always welcome at the Board meetings. There's plenty of room, for both you and for your ideas on how to keep our Chapter the best in the League
If an issue comes up that can't wait for the Board meeting, call Rich Crawford or another Board member.



The most recent LITTER PICK-UP was Sunday, April 10. Our goal is to do all of Browntown Road. The group met at the LDS/Mormon Church parking lot at 1:00 p.m.
Anti-litter chair Dennis Mosher leads an enthusiastic group of volunteers in picking up trash from Browntown Road and Happy Creek. Sometimes, not enough people show up. For the next pickup, let's turn out a crowd! The more people we have, the quicker it'll go. 
Call Dennis at (540) 635-3559 to volunteer for the next litter pickup. Or JUST SHOW UP!  
 Let's get lots of volunteers out to spread the work!


Please keep in mind that the Grounds Crew is working all over the park from about 8:00 a.m. to about 2:00 p.m. every Friday of the year.
Crew members may be working on the trails around the range.
Please schedule your range time outside these hours. Unless you absolutely have to shoot on Friday mornings, pick another day.
When there's shooting going on, the Grounds Crew is prevented from working in about ¼ of the Park. If you can't resist, please advise Gene Mathews that you will be shooting, so that he can schedule work away from the areas near the range.

There may be shooting (firearms or archery) in the Park just about any time of the year, especially during hunting season.
Spring gobbler season starts in early April, so be especially careful!
VDGIF advises wearing blaze orange in the woods . . . in or out of hunting season. It's the law for hunters, and not bad advice for all of us whether hunting or not. Without it, you might just disappear!
Blaze orange is not just for hunters. Dress defensively. When you're in the woods, wear blaze orange to be safe and be seen.

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