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Welcome to The Rappahannock Group!

The Rappahannock Group, one of the Virginia Chapter's 13 groups, represents Sierra Club members throughout the Fredericksburg region, including the City of Fredericksburg and the counties of Stafford, Spotsylvania, King George, Caroline, Culpeper, Orange and Westmoreland. We are actively involved in a variety of local, state and national conservation issues.

                        Recent Update  2/22/2015


Speak out Now - Deadlne Monday, Maarch 2, 2015

Synagro Spotsylvania Field Locations


This year's Living Green Awards

Sierra Club DMME-RAP BMP Comments


FALL 2014 Newsletter


The following information files are available for download.

We are doing our part to limit paper and save trees.


Bio Solids

Fracking Leases

Hydrofracking Fact Sheet

Upcoming Events


Links: VA Department of Environmental Quality Public Notice (pdf)


Virginia.Gov  Townhall Website:


Article from the Free Lance Star:


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Links: Virginia Outdoor Foundation


Friends of the Rappahannock  (info on hydraulic fracking)


RGSC's Fracking Forum (2013) Free Lance Star article :


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RGSC In Your Community

We welcome the opportunity to support events/programs in the RGSC Region. If you know of an event that RGSC can support/table please contact Program Chair: Paula Chow or Linda Muller Volunteers always welcomed!

Welcome New Members!
The Rappahannock Group Sierra Club is a regional club that includes the counties of Culpeper, Caroline, King George,Orange, Spotsylvania, Stafford, Westmoreland and the city of Fredericksburg. We are part of the National Sierra Club, the country''s oldest and largest grassroots environmental organization

Our club sponsors quarterly events through-out the year. We also provide educational displays and tabling at local events such as farmers markets, trail openings, school programs, and festivals. If you would like RGSC to participate in your event please contact our Program Chair, Paula Chow :

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 About Keep Virginia Beautiful

Keep Virginia Beautiful was established in the late 1950’s and its mission is to “To engage and unite Virginians to improve our natural and scenic environments”.

About Rappahannock Group Sierra Club

Rappahannock Group Sierra Club is one of 11 Sierra Club Groups in Virginia, and is part of the national Sierra Club. The Rappahannock Group Sierra Club with over 400 members serves the counties of Caroline, Culpepper, King George, Orange, Spotsylvania, Stafford, Westmoreland and the city of Fredericksburg,

 Rappahannock Group Sierra Club

P.O. Box 7972

Fredericksburg, VA 22402

"Explore, Enjoy, and Protect The Planet"





Earth Day 2012








As part of our mission to "Explore, Enjoy and Protect The Planet" (in our own "backyard"), RGSC is supporting and partenering with organizations across the region.  Additionally, RGSC is focusing on quarterly events that will engage members and the community in conservation/environmental activities.


Get Involved !

Virginia Outdoors Plan

The Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation is collecting public input for the 2013 Virginia Outdoors Plan(VOP) .The VOP is the state's official document regarding land conservation, outdoor recreation and open space planning. You can review the plan and email your comments to the VDCR via this link:


Keep The Ban: Uranium Mining

The Virginia General Assembly did not vote (up or down) on lifting the state wide ban on uranium mining . The ban remains in place through 2012, however Governor McDonnell has directed health, mining and environmental agencies to draft "conceptual regulations" for uranium mining, to be presented to the 2013 General Assembly (approximately 9 months from now). Its important for citizens to remain engaged in this issue. More info can be found at this link:


RGSC ExCom Meeting

The RGSC Executive Committee meets the first Thursday of every month at 6:30 pm.  Interested members are encouraged to attend. Contact: Linda Muller







Conservation Easements are some of the most powerful tools that can be used to protect the local environment &  retain valuable open space & an area's natural resources & wildlife habitat. To learn

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