As humans, we consume vast amounts of nature’s gifts, and we are just starting to see the drastic effects that our overconsumption has on the planet. What if there was a way that we could revitalize our planet and restore it back to its bountiful beauty, just through the spaces we utilize? Good
Celebrating 65 years with Virginia Beach Parks and Recreation! Since July 1985, the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) has been celebrating National Park and Recreation Month. July is the month dedicated to memorable outdoor experiences for all Americans. As we celebrate this month,
Atlantic Avenue is one of Virginia Beach's most well-known and loved streets, but it is rapidly changing to fit the expanding numbers of tourists coming to visit Virginia Beach's natural beauty. The street carries nearly 19.9 million visitors annually, to the beach and many amenities around it.
Who could have known that being in nature for even just ten minutes a time, could be beneficial to your mental health? We did! In a recent article by Coastal Virginia Magazine, the healing properties of nature were revealed with an emphasis of how influential these properties were to Coastal
A Candid Conversation about the Importance of Surveying Buddy Pritchard, the first and longest standing employee of WPL, agreed to sit with us for an interview. He has been working at WPL since it opened its doors 61 years ago. Being a surveyor has been his lifelong career and he is still
Why Are Trees So Important and Can They Save Us (From Climate-Related Doom)? Before we get into the importance of trees and our impending doom that a shortage of trees can bring, the short answer is yes, they can help to save us. How? Trees have an extraordinary set of powers that other site