• Securing our county's rural vision.

                  • Enhancing our agricultural sector.

                  • Advocating for right-sized transportation solutions.

Shenandoah Grown Goes Online!
New website highlights local bounty.

Find locally available products on Shenandoah Grown, the companion website for the Shenandoah County Agriculture and Farm Guide.

Profiling the county's deep farming traditions, Shenandoah County Agriculture and Farm Guide showcases the remarkable food products and services available to county residents and visitors.


With the theme "Enjoy Our County's Bounty," the guide lists farmers' markets, farm stands, growers, meat producers, wineries and farms selling hay, wood and variety of other farm-related products.


Pick up your guide at the county gov center, town offices, libraries and other businesses throughout the county or visit Shenandoah Grown online.

To view or download the Shenandoah Grown Farm Guide


Still Time to Thank 

U.S. Forest Service!

On Nov 18, 2014, the U.S. Forest Service released the final management plan for the George Washington National Forest which will guide activities on 1.1 million acres of public lands for the next 15 years.

Shenandoah Forum supports the U.S. Forest Service’s decision to protect the integrity of the George Washington National Forest by making all of it off limits for oil and gas drilling, except for land already under gas lease and land subject to private mineral rights.

For background on GW National Forest management plan.

Listen here for WMRA broadcast on U.S. Forest Service decision. 
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