Jimmy Callison, full-time cattle farmer in the Shenandoah

Jimmy Callison, full-time cattle farmer in the Shenandoah

Ease of herd movemenet is the number one reason this farmer excluded livestock from the river that flows through his farm.


George Coyner, farmer, South Fork of the Shenandoah River

George Coyner, farmer, South Fork of the Shenandoah River

“I could drink the water leaving our farm”.


Dr. Scott Nordstrom, DVM

Dr. Scott Nordstrom, DVM

Dr. Scott Nordstrom recommends fencing livestock out of streams for bio-security reasons.


Delta Springs Farm – Three generations of the Horn family

Delta Springs Farm - Three generations of the Horn family

The Horn family of Mount Solon, Virginia.  Three generations working on Delta Springs Farm.


Jeremy “Cotton” Eavers

Jeremy "Cotton" Eavers

This talented farrier recommends keeping your horses out of streams and other wet areas.


Scott C Plein, owner of three farms in the Shenandoah Valley

Scott C Plein, owner of three farms in the Shenandoah Valley

Scott Plein: proving everyday that working farmers can be great producers and great conservationists.


Marjie and John Gibson

Marjie and John Gibson

Marjie and John Gibson own Fort Story Farm on the South Fork of the Shenandoah River in Page County, Virginia


Father James Orthmann

Father James Orthmann

Father James Orthmann of Holy Cross Abbey


Jeff Gentry, beef cattle farmer in the Hardware River watershed

Dr. John Wise – Legendary Large Animal Vet in the Shenandoah Valley

Dr. John Wise - Legendary Large Animal Vet in the Shenandoah Valley

He recommends fencing your cattle out of ponds and streams.