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Guest Blogger: Sunnidae Gallien

September 13, 2021 Oyster reefs are essential to the Chesapeake Bay landscape as both people and wildlife depend on them for things such as food, shelter, and a natural storm buffer. The pressures that oyster reefs face can be understood through scientific research that promotes…

Volunteer Appreciation Week

  National Volunteer Week in the United States was first established in 1974 by President Richard Nixon. Later, in 1989, the entirety of April was designated National Volunteer Month. Like the Virginia Living Museum itself, National Volunteer Week has expanded exponentially over the years since…

Your Future Volunteering Adventure

As a volunteer, life’s an adventure – especially at the VLM!  From now until April 21, 2019, the VLM is offering an exclusive interactive guest experience called American Adventure, a choose-your-own-adventure type maze. American Adventure is unique because it blends historical accuracy with the entertainment…

VLM Educators <3 Our Volunteers

April 20, 2018 Happy National Volunteer Week! At the Virginia Living Museum, our volunteers outnumber our employees almost 5:1. They are the heart and soul of the VLM, but you all probably already know this from any interaction you may have had with them at…

The VLM is Your Volunteering Destination

This summer, the VLM truly is your volunteer destination!  Who doesn’t love dinosaurs? The VLM’s Dinosaur Discovery trail debuted in Fall 2016, complete with a paleo dig camp play area and 16 model dinos. Visitors and volunteers alike agree that Dino Discovery Trail has been…

Mission: Volunteering

– Nobody can do everything, but everyone can do something – It is all those little things; those little acts of kindness; those selfless gifts of time that mean something to someone. The Virginia Living Museum has more than 550 volunteers that give their time…