Virginia Field Office
Northeast Region
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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service produced video about conserving imperiled aquatic species in the UTRB.
Thumbnail image of video produced by U.S. Fish and WIldlife Service about consering imperiled aquatic species in the Upper Tennessee River Basin
Natural Resource Trustees seek public input on Draft Damage Assessment Plan for Dan River Coal Ash Spill
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Endangered Species Act Protections Proposed for Two Appalachian Crayfishes
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Conservation in a Changing Climate

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The Virginia Field Office is located in Gloucester, Virginia. We have an office located in Abingdon, Virginia and a biologist located remotely at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia.


What we do:

  • Work with partners to recover threatened and endangered species
  • Investigate the effects and clean-up of contaminants and help restore polluted habitats
  • Ensure that fish and wildlife resources are considered by agencies during project planning and structure construction
  • Partner with private landowners to to restore fish and wildlife habitats
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Last updated: November 2, 2015