There are literally hundreds of national, state, and local parks in the Potomac region. Choosing where to go can be overwhelming.
To celebrate Great Outdoors Month this June, we’ve done the hard work for you. Get the sunscreen ready and lace up your boots. Here are 7 spots off the beaten path to explore this summer.Read More
Local leaders have an new idea to solve traffic problems between the District and Arlington.
Find out what the newest proposal has in mind, how it involves the Potomac, and share your thoughts - good or bad - on the matter.Read More
Raise your glass to Rebecca: avid paddler, River Center volunteer, and donor!
Just think. The Potomac would be restored with swimmable and fishable waters much sooner if the river had more friends like Rebecca. Hear from her directly and learn what drove her to get involved in the fight for clean water.Read More
A new pedestrian bridge will connect the Kennedy Center to the Potomac River, giving bikers, runners, and paddlers easy access to one of the city's most beautiful buildings. Find out what else the Kennedy Center expansion will include and what Potomac River idea got the cut.Read More
June is national Great Outdoors Month! In a region surrounded by breathtaking outdoor spaces and numerous national parks, there's no shortage of ways to get outside and enjoy the Potomac.
We've compiled a quick list of local events going on around the Potomac that will get you up, out, and celebrating the great outdoors!Read More
In a region surrounded by breathtaking outdoor spaces and numerous national parks, there's no shortage of ways to get outside and enjoy nature!
We've compiled a quick list of events going on around the Potomac that will get you up, out, and celebrating the great outdoors!Read More
Our Chesapeake Conservation Corps, Rebecca, completed her capstone project at Glen Echo Park. Learn more about it and see the flyers she created to educate Potomac residents about native plants, rain gardens, and river friendly products.Read More
In honor of World Wetlands Day in February, Friends of Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens hosted 100 volunteers for a fun day of restoration activities at the Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens, a local treasure of Northeast Washington, DC.
Discover how local community members are helping to preserve this special urban oasis after the jump!Read More
As our society has shifted from moving to sitting – it’s increasingly important for children and adults alike to make regular time outside for recreation, fun adventures, and relaxation.
National Park Service's Healthy Parks, Healthy People initiative recruited doctors and health care providers to explain why the Park Prescription is so important to Washington D.C.'s quality of life.
Learn what doctors had to say after the jump.Read More