River Report: 9-12-22

In our latest Shenandoah River Report, Mark Frondorf has a muskie update, and some fishing tips for you anglers! Brought to you by Front Royal Outdoors, where Fall river adventure awaits! Let Don Roberts and his crew get you out on the beautiful South Fork this Fall. Visit them at https://frontroyaloutdoors.com

 

River Report: 9-2-22

In this edition of the Shenandoah River Report, Mark Frondorf previews what should be a great September for fishing. Brought to you by Front Royal Outdoors. Fall is a great time to enjoy the beautiful South Fork, so let Don Roberts and his crew get you out on the water! Visit https://frontroyaloutdoors.com and find out more…

River Report: 8-19-22

In our latest Shenandoah River Report…Mark Frondorf has some boating and fishing tips for the weekend, as well as an update on water levels on the Shenandoah. Brought to you by Front Royal Outdoors. See Don Roberts and his crew to plan your South Fork adventure! Visit https://frontroyaloutdoors.com

 

River Report: 8-1-22

In today’s Shenandoah River Report, Riverkeeper Mark Frondorf talks about the best time of day to catch fish. Do you really need to need to be on the river at the crack of dawn? Give a listen, courtesy of Front Royal Outdoors, where Don Roberts and his crew can help you plan your Shenandoah River adventures. Visit https://frontroyaloutdoors.com and find out more!

Front Royal celebrates Earth Day

The Town of Front Royal will host their Earth Day celebration today starting at 10 am at the Main Street Gazebo.

There will be live music, food, and fun for the whole family.

Nature and conservation groups will also be on hand to discuss a range of topics including ways to explore the outdoors like hiking and fishing and green technology like solar panels and electric vehicles.

At 3:30 pm, the local Tree Stewards will lead a tree planting to help demonstrate the town’s commitment to its Tree City USA status.

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Chesapeake Bay Program pushes forward

Governor Ralph Northam and the other members of the Chesapeake Executive Council met yesterday to sign a directive for the Chesapeake Bay Program.

The meeting served to address the threat of climate change and how it affects the Bay.

Governor Northam is proud of the actions taken so far.

Over $700 million dollars has already been invested in the Chesapeake Bay which has shown positive impacts.

A clean bay can generate more than $22 billion dollars each year from improved fishing, increased property value, and reduced water filtration costs.

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