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Rockfish Valley Foundation Hires Robert Jennings As Administrative Assistant

[ 1 ] November 12, 2020 |

 

Photo RVF: Robert Jennings joins Rockfish Valley Foundation as a part-time administrative assistant.

Nellysford
Nelson County, Virginia

Rockfish Valley Foundation announces that Robert Jennings has joined their organization as a part-time administrative assistant.

RVF says “Robert brings years of experience working with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation. He currently also serves as volunteer president of the Central Blue Ridge Chapter of the Virginia Master Naturalists.  Robert was already a Rockfish Valley neighbor and his new role will enable RVF to continue to build operational capacity. 

Contact him at: contact@rockfishvalley.org

The Rockfish Valley Foundation (RVF) is based in Nelson County near Nellysford.  The Mission is to enrich the lives of the community and visitors with a rural-tourism experience.  RVF aims to foster appreciation and preservation of its natural, historical, ecological, and agricultural resources, and to encourage recreation and a healthy lifestyle in the Rockfish Valley.

The facilities at RVF include trails along the Rockfish River, the unique Spruce Creek Park off Glenthorne Loop at 1368 Rockfish Valley Highway, Nellysford with its Children’s Nature Trail, Natural History Center and Museum,  the Native Plant Walk, and plenty of picnic tables. See Rockfishvalley.org.”

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  1. Kathleen King says:

    While I appreciate all that Nelson and particularly RVF does, as a horsewoman of mature years who pays her taxes and has volunteered to serve the community until this year, I feel some of those “trails” and opportunities should be open to horses and riders. There is precisely ONE, at Piney River, which has to be shared with walkers, bikers, and others. Why not horses? (and don’t say “poop” because it is natural and grows things….

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