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November 9th:  General Membership Meeting At The Tuckahoe Library

When - Tuesday November 9th at 6:30 PM.  The meeting will begin with a social time from 6:30 to 7:00.

Location - We will meet at the Tuckahoe Library, 1901 Starling Drive in Henrico County (the Science Museum is not yet open for meetings). 

Masks are required.  No snacks will be provided at this meeting


Meeting Details

Speaker:  Lynn Crump, Landscape  Architect and Environmental Programs Planner with the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation.  


Topic:  Virginia's Scenic Resources

Speaker:  Lynn Crump, Landscape  Architect and Environmental Programs Planner with the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation.  


Topic:  Virginia's Scenic Resources

Scenic Resources include Scenic RiversScenic Byways and Other Scenic Resources.

Virginia's Scenic Rivers Program recognizes exemplary beauty of designated rivers that bisect mountain ranges, farms, woodlands and tidal marshes throughout the state. Virginia's Byway program, in conjunction with the National Byways Program, allows citizens and visitors to traverse the state experiencing the huge array of beautiful, scenic and cultural areas. The world-renowned Chesapeake Bay offers views of working water vessels and watermen, small coastal communities and vast tidal marshes and lowland swamps. Virginia's natural resource richness certainly is reflected in scenic character where the built environment is designed in harmony with nature.




 


 

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