Defeat the Disinformation Campaign

Have you been contacted to participate in a survey? It’s come to our attention that two research companies have been conducting online focus groups and phone surveys on the topic of development in Reston for an undisclosed client. We have heard from a few supporters...

Frequently Asked Questions – June 2020 update

When will the golf course controversy be over? As long as there exists even the slightest possibility that either golf course property could be redeveloped into residential or commercial square footage, speculative developers will try to pillage the land. We can relax...

Update from Rescue Reston North Course Committee

From Lynne Mulston, North Course Committee Chair Hi everyone, Please accept my apologies for the tardiness of this update. I know I have been promising an update since last Thanksgiving, but I can assure you, on this read you’ll find it worth the wait. Wheelock has...

Golf Courses Can Be Environmental Assets in Urban Settings

contributed by Doug Britt For years golf courses have been stereotyped as environmentally unfriendly amenities. But times are changing the way they are being managed. Overall Virginia has 37,000 acres of open space devoted to golf courses, and many of them are...

Op-Ed: Open Space — All of It for All of Us

RestonNow.com, July 24, 2019 You’ve probably seen this yourself:  communities that once were charming and lovely but are now car-clogged concrete canyons.  Rescue Reston and other like-minded yellow-shirted citizens associations in Reston are dedicated to preserving...