We chat with Norman Meyers about Friends of the Blue Ridge, and what the organization is doing to help preserve our beautiful natural environment here in Virginia.
Longtime Leesburg resident Norman Myers recently stopped by our offices to chat with Peter Burnett and Jonathan Slater for an episode of Burnett & Williams’ weekly Law & Community podcast. Norman is an active member of Friends of the Blue Ridge, a group whose mission is “To preserve, enhance, and celebrate the Blue Ridge Mountains as a valuable resource and treasured space for present and future generations.”
Norman shares with us some of the latest projects the organization has been working on, including how they are investing in teaching kids about being good stewards of the environment. We also hear about about a recent tree-planting campaign, the fight against AT&Ts proposal to build a data center on Short Hill Mountain, the Sleeter Lake Park Project, and the Loudoun County Preservation and Conservation Coalition. If you’d like to hear more about what these local organizations are doing to help preserve our natural environment here in Virginia, and how you may be able to get involved, check out the latest episode of our Law & Community podcast!