The public is invited to nominate places where Loudoun works, learns, shops or plays. Nominations must be received by Friday, March 29.
This year’s speakers include working farmers, educators, agents from 4-H and Future Farmers of America, and the Smithsonian Institution.
Many farms only have a limited number of CSA subscriptions, and since some CSAs sell out early, residents are advised to lock in their subscriptions now.
Several dozen Loudoun farmers have been featured on the trading cards in the last three seasons, but there are hundreds more who are eligible for nomination.
Northern Virginia is a strong location for technology company headquarters, including a site straddling the Loudoun and Fairfax county borders.
The strongest aspect of the D.C. United project is the value the community will gain from being the home of a professional soccer franchise.
Loudoun’s holiday festivities are outlined in the “Holidays in the Loudoun Valleys” brochure, which is available at Loudoun County Public Library branches.
All farm tour venues are free to visit; many offer food, drinks and products for a fee. The tour will be held rain or shine. Find sample itineraries and other details online at: LoudounFarms.org/FarmTour.
The magazine included Rizer in what it’s calling “our guide to the most important and innovative people in Washington’s digital economy.”
Participating companies include Northrop Grumman, Telos, PAE and Unanet. College students, veterans and parents returning to full or part-time employment are also encouraged to attend.