Historic Greenfield Preservation Advisory Council


The purpose of the Historic Greenfield Advisory Council shall be to provide the county's government with an officially chartered and appointed citizen's body of qualified volunteers to support and advise the county about the preservation, restoration, and interpretation of the buildings and grounds of the Greenfield historical preservation area.


Third Tuesday of each month at 3:00pm

Botetourt County Administration Center, Room 229
57 S Center DriveHistoric Green, Botetourt County Virginia
Daleville, VA 24083


  • Jim Johnston, Chairman
  • Wendy Warren, Secretary/Treasurer
  • Steve Clinton, Board of Supervisors, ex officio
  • Jon Lanford, County Administration, ex officio
  • Beth Pappas
  • Cheryl Sullivan-Willis
  • Curtis Brown
  • Danny Kyle
  • Edward Preston
  • Eugene Journiette
  • Lynne Bolton
  • Roblyn Brand
  • Will Dibling

Save the Date! 

Dedication of Col. William Preston Memorial photo

Botetourt County, in partnership with the Sons of the American Revolution, is pleased to announce the dedication of the Colonel William Preston Memorial.  The event will be held on Saturday, June 11, 2022 at 1pm at the memorial located at Greenfield – 57 S. Center Dr., Daleville, VA.

Dignitaries and descendants of Colonel Preston will be in attendance. The program will end with a tour of the Historic Greenfield property.  

Colonel Preston served in the Virginia House of Burgesses and was a colonel in the militia during the American Revolutionary War. He was also one of fifteen that signed the Fincastle Resolutions.  A licensed surveyor, he with his wife Susanna, established a farm at Greenfield in 1762 where they employed enslaved Africans to raise hemp. He held every major office in Botetourt County when it was created in 1770.

The event is open to the public.  For more information, contact Dr. Rupert Cutler at [email protected].  

Did You Know?

325 pounds of plastic bags for TrexThe Historic Greenfield Preservation Advisory Council partners with NexTrex to recycle plastics that in turn are made into benches. To make once bench it takes 325 lbs. of plastic! 

Members of the Council have collected plastics that are now three benches that will be displayed in various locations in Botetourt County.  We almost have enough for four benches! 

For a listing of what can be recycled and how you can be involved, visit the NexTrex website by clicking here.