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Birding Bles Park

Join Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy on this regular bird walk at Bles Park, located along the Potomac River in eastern Loudoun.

Climate Action Together: A Roundtable Discussion About Local Implications of Climate Change on Our Community’s Health, Safety, and Ecology

On January 20 at 5 p.m., join the City of Charlottesville, Albemarle County, and the University of Virginia for an inside look into the thinking and decision-making of leaders in key systems (ecology, social services, public health, public safety) in our community. This event is for everyone who wants to know more about how climate change will affect our community.

Planning and Planting for Winter Interest (Online Lecture)

People often think of color in the garden only in the summer, however winter is a great time to find beauty in unexpected places. Join Teresa Speight as she shares hints, tips, and suggestions for creating a garden with interest in the midst of winter. This free webinar is hosted by the U.S. Botanic Garden.

Wildflower Talk (Virtual)

Ami Mason, Virginia master naturalist and resident gardener at Banshee Reeks Nature Preserve, will share photographs and expertise on native wildflowers in this Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy presentation.

Conservation Lobby Day

Every year, Virginia Conservation Network's 150+ environmental organizations come together to ensure a strong conservation voice is heard during the legislative session.

Uprooting Racism in the Food System

Soul Fire Farm’s Uprooting Racism training is a theory and action workshop for environmental and food justice leaders to uproot systemic racism in our organizations and society.

$75 – $150

Equity Talks: Achieving Environmental Change through Nourishing the Planet (and Ourselves!)

As the heat of the planet rises, so too does the pressure on rising generations to find solutions to heal our environment. Such pressure gives rise to a new climate-induced crisis: our own mental health. How is climate change altering the way we relate to stress and trauma, our decisions about our future, and the increased disparities experienced by marginalized communities? Join Brit Wray, PhD for a discussion on the intersection of climate change, social justice, and mental health and how we can all contribute to the harmony of our world and our own inner peace.

Our 2022 Summer Fellowship Program application is open!