Events

Mobilize Frederick’s Second Annual Climate Summit

Hood College 401 Rosemont Ave, Frederick, Maryland

Reason to Hope — Progress and Solutionsto Climate Change ​ Mobilize Frederick’s Second Annual Climate Summit ​ FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2024 Registration & Exhibit Hall: 9 to 10 AM Sessions: 10 AM to 5 PM Reception: 5 to 7 PM   SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2024 Registration & Exhibit Hall: 8...

Maryland Stream Restoration Association

University of Maryland College Park

Agenda SEMINAR: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Listen to a diverse group of professionals from different educational backgrounds introduce you to the Stream Restoration Industry in the State of Maryland and discuss various career pathways that are available. The speakers will also talk about the skill sets and knowledge base...

Arlington County Rain Garden Workshop

Lubber Run Community Center 300 N Park Dr, Arlington, VA

Next date: Saturday, February 10, 2024 | 09:30 AM to 12:00 PM A rain garden is a bowl-shaped planted landscape feature that captures and absorbs stormwater runoff. At this hands-on workshop, you will learn how to design, build, plant and maintain a rain garden on your property. In-person registration for the...

19th Annual Polar Bear Plunge to “Keep Winter Cold”

National Harbor National Harbor, Maryland

Take The Plunge For Our Climate February 10, 2024 Join hundreds of fellow climate activists the morning of February 10, 2024 to take the plunge for our climate at National Harbor, just outside of Washington, DC (or BRRRR-tually). Not only is the event guaranteed fun, it's the Chesapeake Climate Action Network's (CCAN) largest grassroots...

Black History Month Family Day

Woodlawn Manor Cultural Park 16501 Norwood Road, Sandy Spring, MD

Part of a quarterly Family Day series: Kids and families of all ages are welcome to drop-in to the Black History Month Family Day. Enjoy story times and hands-on activities celebrating African American heritage and accomplishments as told through this year’s theme: The Arts. Contribute to the “I Have a...

Empowering a Local Movement for Clean Water

Potomac Community Center 11315 Falls Rd, Potomac, Maryland

Dive into a lively conversation on the Potomac River, the wild wonder that five million of us depend on for drinking water and outdoor enjoyment. Join an expert from Potomac Conservancy, a clean water leader that is fighting to make our hometown river swimmable and fishable in the next ten...

Innovative Designs from The Field

Virtual

*Live Zoom Event   This symposium will offer new and innovative sustainable design and maintenance strategies to take your home garden or professional work to the next level. Join industry experts as they share practical and scalable lessons from the field representing a diverse range of natural landscapes and human...

$60

Audubon Society of Central Maryland February Nature Outing

Fred Archibald Audubon Sanctuary 6011 Boyers Mill Rd, New Market, Maryland

Join ASCM naturalists at our Fred Archibald Audubon Sanctuary in New Market for a Bob Schaefer Nature Outing. We’ll see wintering birds and possibly some very early spring migrants. Buds will be swelling, waiting for warm weather. The sanctuary’s meadows and forests offer habitats for a range of bird species...

DC Water Watchers Club: Lederer Gardens

Lederer Gardens & Environmental Education Center 4801 Nannie Helen Burroughs Avenue Northeast, Washington, D.C.

Explore your local watersheds with the DC Water Watchers Club. In this program, strap up in a pair of waterproof boots (boots are provided) to get in The Watts Branch Creek near Lederer Gardens. Learn best practices on how to maintain a healthy watershed, help get rid of pollution, and...

Swimmable Potomac Town Hall

Shaw (Watha T. Daniel) Neighborhood Library 1630 7th St NW, Washington, DC

The Potomac Riverkeeper Network has been leading efforts to transform the Potomac by holding polluters accountable and ensuring clean water for over 6 million people. Come to our town hall to learn about our water quality monitoring and the data collected showing the Potomac is indeed swimmable! Let's make the Potomac...