The Fairfax County Park Authority has published a series of brochures which explains stewardship and its benefits to the public. This brochure series is funded in large measure by a grant from the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors in support of the county's environmental agenda.
Stewardship is about working together to care for the environmental and cultural resources of Fairfax County. People become stewards for different reasons. They may wish to help ensure clean water and air or share something with their children. Stewardship action can be a small and simple thing, or it can be much bigger. Either way, it all adds up to a Fairfax County that looks to its past with pride and to its future with confidence.
Stewardship brochures are also available at Fairfax County Park Authority facilities and sites, and at libraries, community centers and district offices of the Board of Supervisors. The brochures are also available by contacting the Resource Management Division at 703-324-8674.
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