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New River Land Trust

$3,302.00 contributions
27 donors

Raised: $3302Remaining: $1698

Help Build Multi-UseTrails for New Blacksburg Park

The New River Land Trust is raising funds for the infrastructure of a new park on Brush Mountain: multi-use trails, kiosks, trail signage and more.  With your help, we can begin to work on making the park a great resource for the community to use and enjoy.

New River Land Trust recently purchased two properties totaling 553 acres of intact forest on Brush Mountain in and adjacent to the Town of Blacksburg. We will transfer the land to the Town to create a public forest park in the next 18 months. 
The park will eventually be accessible from the Huckleberry Trail and will link to the trails in the Pandapas Pond/Poverty Creek Recreation area in Jefferson National Forest.  

The park will protect an ecologically sensitive and scenic area and provide educational and outdoor recreation opportunities to our community.

Your support on Give Big NRV Day benefits our community, our region and future generations. Thank you!


Photo Credit:  Poverty Creek Trails Coalition

Jim M donated $25.00
Tuan P donated $127.00
Jennifer M donated $25.00
Jim and Kathy C donated $1,000.00
by Anonymous donated $10.00
by Anonymous donated $50.00

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Let's build a the best trail system in the New River Valley right in our backyard on Brush Mountain!