We’re passionate about where we live and how the natural splendor of both public and private lands in CHV connects its residents in a way that transcends geography. We believe in room to roam, and that CHV thrives when conservation and community meet. We are excited to share our latest and greatest in our nature community with you.

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Regrowing America’s Forest Canopy

A study completed in 2020 by the Nature Conservancy estimates a potential for capturing 314 tons of carbon dioxide in the lower 48 United States each year.

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Go Outside the Fence!

Richard Louv, author of the book Last Child in the Woods: Saving Our Children From Nature-Deficit Disorder, tells the story of interviewing a child who told him that he liked playing indoors more than outdoors

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Kids and Pesticides

Our partner PPAN is sharing what we need to know when we are planning for yard work.   http://peopleandpollinators.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/Child-Friendly-Lawns_fact-sheet-4June13final.pdf Child Friendly Lawns Fact Sheet To find out more about how you can be greener and

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