Partner Event: DC Adopt a Stream Leader Training
- REI 201 M Street Northeast Washington, DC, 20002 United States (map)
Join the Alice Ferguson Foundation and Rock Creek Conservancy as they partner to launch DC's first residential Adopt A Stream program! The Adopt A Stream program connects people to their local watershed through stewardship.
Participants will conduct data cleanups and help to identify needed improvements to their assigned stream, including access issues, presence of invasive species, vandalism, or unusual wildlife patterns.
For more information and to register for the training, please visit the event page >
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