Rescue Reston is in its 10th year and stronger than ever thanks to actions taken by YOU.
"The Reston National Golf Course area should remain as open space forever." - Robert Simon, Founder of Reston, August 14, 2015
The legal case regarding the land use designation of Reston National Golf Course has made it clear: An investor bought into a golf course, and a golf course is what they have.
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Rescue Reston is a grassroots community organization that is committed to defending Reston's two golf courses which have land use designations of private recreation use, more specifically to remain as golf courses.
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UPDATE In our newsletter of November 23, we mentioned that BOTH golf courses had been nominated by their respective owners under the Site Specific Plan Amendment Process. At today's Board of Supervisors meeting, Supervisor Walter Alcorn did NOT include either golf...
In the weeks since our 10th Anniversary for Open Space on October 15th, we’ve had the opportunity to reflect on how fortunate we are to have chosen Reston as our hometown. Whether you’ve lived here for decades or are a newcomer, the community of Reston provides ample...
Rescue Reston’s 10th Anniversary Rally for Open Space: Strong Community Support for Organization’s Mission
PRESS RELEASE VIA EINPRESSWIRE.COM Community members marked the 10th anniversary of the grassroots volunteer organization, known for defending Reston’s recreational open space from development. Reston, VA: October 26, 2022 On Saturday, October 15, 2022, over 100...
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Golf Courses by the Numbers
166 + 164
Golf Course Acres
RNGC + HCCC
Open Space Since
Reston National Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Golf Course Since
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The Kids of the 13th Fairway video!
Reston’s Public Golf Course: Good for Wildlife, Too!
Article by Bill Burton with Photography by Ed Hass and Laurel Wanrow