BRMCA has been working for over a decade with the VA Department of Forestry’s Firewise Program. The intent is to reduce the fire danger to residents and homes on the mountain through education, road/turnaround access and upgrades, street signs and fire load reduction. For the third time BRMCA has been awarded a grant to reduce brush accumulation (up to 8″ diameter material) with a free chipper program to mountain residents. The chipping will occur in August of this year, and if you are interested below are the details which can be downloaded. If you have any questions email email@example.com to get answers.
To download preliminary instructions and program information click on this link Firewise Chipping Announcement in April 2018 Newsletter — Revised Version —.
We’ve arranged for a yoga instructor for several free yoga classes at our Community Center, 1811 Ridge Road, to help determine interest in regular classes here on the mountain. Twenty mountain residents show up Friday night for the first practice, we can take only five more students and the class will be full, after that we will keep a waiting list on a first come first served basis.
Friday Feb 23rd, 6:30 to 8:00 pm
Wednesday February 28th, 11:00 am to 12:30 pm
For those who have filled out sign-up sheets from the Friday night session, please mail them to BRMCA-YOGA, PO Box 374, Haymarket, VA 20168.
Depending on the attendance and interest with these sessions, we hope to offer regular sessions at the community session going forward. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org