Partner Event: "Mappy Hour"
- Hill Country BBQ 410 7th Street Northwest Washington, DC, 20004 United States (map)
Mappy Hour by OutdoorFest is a free monthly gathering of outdoor enthusiasts around maps, guidebooks, beer, and adventure stories. Join in to meet other hikers, climbers, skiers, cyclists, surfers, and outdoor enthusiasts and start planning your next adventures.
Deborah Landau, an ecologist from one of the world's largest conservation organization the Nature Conservancy, will be on tap to talk about her work in the field, including using prescribed fires for conservation. You’ll also learn about how you can get involved in protecting the amazing resources we have locally and give back to the community.
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