What We Do

The Virginia League of Conservation Voters serves as the political voice of the state’s conservation community, working to make sure Virginia’s elected officials recognize that our natural heritage is an environmental and economic treasure for all. Virginia LCV works with conservation leaders across Virginia and strives for a conservation majority in state government. We secure good public policies on the state level and hold public officials accountable for their positions on environmental issues.

The Virginia League of Conservation Voters serves as the political voice of the state’s conservation community, working to make sure Virginia’s elected officials recognize that our natural heritage is an environmental and economic treasure for all. Virginia LCV works with conservation leaders across Virginia and strives for a conservation majority in state government. We secure good public policies on the state level and hold public officials accountable for their positions on environmental issues.


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Issues Affecting Virginia

THE BAY & CLEAN WATER

We work to protect water quality across Virginia, from the smallest streams to the widest rivers, because water connects us all.

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HEALTHY COMMUNITIES

Open space lost tomorrow is open space lost forever. Help us preserve our precious land resources.

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CLIMATE & ENERGY

We can and must reduce our carbon footprint here in Virginia. Together, we can advance clean energy.

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2018 Budget: Tell your Lawmaker to Fund Land Conservation

The Budget bills making their way through the General Assembly both fail to protect Virginia’s land resources, with millions of dollars of deep cuts to programs and agencies that have helped shape land conservation efforts in the commonwealth for decades. […]

The Budget bills making their way through the General Assembly both fail to protect Virginia’s land resources, with millions of dollars of deep cuts to programs and agencies that have helped shape land conservation efforts in the commonwealth for decades. […]

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Fight for safe, responsible coal ash cleanup in Virginia

Currently, millions of tons of this carcinogenic coal ash waste is stored in unlined pits at Dominion Energy power plants on the banks of major waterways – the James and Elizabeth Rivers and Quantico Creek, a main tributary to the […]

Currently, millions of tons of this carcinogenic coal ash waste is stored in unlined pits at Dominion Energy power plants on the banks of major waterways – the James and Elizabeth Rivers and Quantico Creek, a main tributary to the […]

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