No matter where you live or what your family is interested in, The Virginia Green Program has a list of The Commonwealth’s many attractions that have committed to waste reduction, energy and water conservation.
From Bear Creek Lake to York River, Virginia’s state parks will give your family a chance to enjoy the outdoors.
If museums are more your speed, head on down to Richmond to see the Sun Tubes exhibit at the Children’s Museum of Richmond.
But if you want to explore more of the history that is so rich across The Commonwealth, then be sure to check out Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello. The Visitor Center is a LEED Gold-certified building, so you can learn about conservation and history at the same time.
These are just a few ideas of what to explore across The Commonwealth this summer. If you visit any of the Virginia Green locations, tag Virginia Energy Sense in a Facebook or Twitter post and we’ll share it with our community!