Is your community stream being threatened by development? Pollution a problem? Could your local official do something to help?

Audubon Naturalist Society offers periodic Watershed Training Workshops for local civic, watershed or environmental groups to help empower successful stewardship and advocacy around local clean water and land conservation issues.

Here’s what participants say about our Advocacy & Stewardship Workshops:

Upcoming Trainings

november

05nov7:00 pm8:30 pmConservation Advocacy 101 for HOAs and Condo AssociationsLearn to advocate for and implement watershed projects in your community

19nov7:00 pm8:30 pmEvent CancelledCouch Advocacy 101How to Be an Environmental Advocate During a Pandemic

december

03decAll Day28febLoudoun County “Greening Your Neighborhood” programDo you live in an HOA or Condo Association in Loudoun County, VA? Do you want to help make your community more ecologically sustainable?

january

14janAll DayMontgomery County's Climate Action and Resilience Plan (CARP) Presentation at ANS

In addition to conducting workshops and training at our headquarters at Woodend Sanctuary in Chevy Chase, MD, we partner with other groups including churches, synagogues, or mosque groups, community groups, watershed organizations, and others to host training throughout the D.C. metro region. If you want us to let you know about the next workshop or if you'd like to schedule a workshop with your group, please contact us.


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