The most important issue that natural resource managers face at Manassas National Battlefield is the protection and preservation of the local environment. When considering the local environment, the integrity of both natural and cultural resources must be evaluated. Projects that are currently underway address issues such as non-native plant species, plant and animal pests, restoration of scenic vistas and the water quality of ponds and streams with in the park.
Did You Know?
Manassas National Battlefield Park is one of the most unspoiled areas in the Culpeper Basin. Our 5,000 acres serve as a natural oasis for many types of plant and animal species in the increasingly urbanized Prince William County, Virginia.