PHIL IRWIN, RLEP FOUNDER
An interview about Rappahannock
Kaye Kohler is working on a project with Tracy and Mathieu Mazza to film local residents, their stories of Rappahannock, what the county means to them, thoughts on the past and the future and whatever they want to say! First filming was Monday, Nov 13. There will be a second opportunity some time after the New Year. Our intent is to work with The Historical Society and other groups to further this endeavor.
Call for details if you know someone who might be interested or interesting! The Mazzas filmed our interview with founder Phil Irwin top left of page. The new films will include images as a backdrop.
RAPPAHANNOCK GOES SOLAR. An RLEP committee chaired by Larry Wohlers represented 39 Rappahannock residents to form a cooperative for 20% savings on top of the 30% Federal Tax Credit for solar installations. Read More
TRASH FREE RAPPAHANNOCK
A Hard Working 2016 Trash Free Crew
cleaned Rudasill Mill & Rock Mills Rds
April is EARTH MONTH every year: RLEP revived TRASH FREE RAPPAHANNOCK in 2016. Orange Vests and Bags were available all over the county for roadside cleanup, plus free pickup by VDOT. READ MORE
Preserving the natural resources and rural character of Rappahannock County
Native Plants = Native Insects
= Native Birds
Broaden YOUR native species!
The Ghost Ship Spider
Scholarships to Camp Vesuvius
Tiger & Son