“Friends of Live Oaks want you to let your city council representative know how important it is to protect this tract of live oaks down near the Virginia Beach Sportsplex.”

Check out Mary Reid Barrow’s article at Pilotonline.com.

In the coming months the city is due to approve a master traffic plan for the area and protection of the grove is part of the plan. Speaking to your council member in person or writing them or emailing them about this would be a good start toward preserving the grove, Bernick said.

Learn more about Live Oak Grove here.
Start here to contact your Councilperson to ask for the preservation of Live Oak Grove.

“A treasure trove of live oaks has been growing under the radar in Virginia Beach for decades. The storied trees have now come to the attention of the Virginia Beach Friends of Live Oaks.”

Check out entire article at Pilotonline.com:

The Friends call it the Live Oak Grove. Unfortunately, this live oak showcase has no public access, and the Friends group hopes that it will be designated as a protected natural area and included in the city’s plans for developing that area.

You can learn more at LiveOakGrove.org.