From the Outer Beltway to the Occoquan Reservoir, and from Prince William Forest Park to Manassas National Battlefield, learn how proposed land use changes threaten our public drinking water and how you can affect change. Join us to learn more about how sprawl development and data centers in the Rural Crescent would affect us in the east, and what we can do to protect what we have and build a sustainable, socially just future.
Join PEC's Catoctin Creek Conservation Fund for an evening dedicated to conservation. Expect to leave knowing more about conservation easements, agricultural cost-share programs, and habitat restoration efforts within the Catoctin watershed.
Celebrate the Appalachian Trail this June with "hands on" activities and demos like trail cooking, nature art, hammock camping, and more!
This June, the Piedmont Environmental Council (PEC), the Goose Creek Association (GCA), and John Marshall Soil and Water Conservation District (JMSWCD) are hosting a joint event to share information and insights into Fauquier's available tree planting programs!
Come visit The Piedmont Environmental Council’s Community Farm at Roundabout Meadows in Gilberts Corner, between Routes 15 and 50. Tour the farm and learn more about its role providing healthy local produce to food-insecure families in Loudoun County. This family-friendly event will feature children's activities including face painting, a scavenger hunt and a pollinator habitat creation station, Happy Family Ranch and Divine Swine food trucks, and ice cream!
A 72-hour course for Certification in Permaculture design sponsored by Oak Spring Garden Foundation and Regenerative Earth Design, LLC. The purpose of this course is to connect participants to their […]