Category Archives: volunteer

Youth Environmental Organizations in the District

And another great factsheet by our new intern Peter Martin! (See our Active Environmental Justice Groups in DC factsheet here). This list of youth groups comes in both a long and a short format – the better to spread the news with. Peter chatted with a number of folks about potential organizations to list, but […]
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Did You Know – DC has a TOOL LIBRARY?!

Need to borrow a keyhole saw? How about a paper shredder? Hedge trimmers, shovels, soil-testing kits, a ladder, wheelbarrows, some ….

GNDC Meeting March 21st, 6 pm!

Just giving a heads-up about our next virtual meeting. Sunday, the 21st, 6 – 7:30 pm The rough agenda will include: Partner update (Annette, Fritz) Planning our first outdoor event (Abbie) Report on research on environmental justice and youth organizations with DC (Peter) Social Media update (Annette and Amelia) Popular education projects (David) Public, virtual […]
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The Results from the GNDC Spring 2020 Survey.

Who have shown a ton of green activities in their home and their neighborhood (see report attached.), there are several actions that they are seeking to focus on/have GNDC provide resources about.

Casey Trees seeks volunteers to help prune DC’s Cherry Trees at the Tidal Basin! June 22nd.

Isn’t that cool or what?

GNDC hosts a Petworth sidewalk cleanup, this Saturday, 9 am – 11:30 am!

Green Neighbors DC is calling all neighbors – or at least 20+ of us, for a New Hampshire and Illinois Avenues sidewalk cleanup, this Saturday, 9 am – 11:30 am. We just got permission from DC for this, we’ve arranged for trash bags and trash pickup, and the weather promises to be gorgeous that day. […]
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Ring in Spring as a DOEE FrogWatch Citizen Scientist!

From DOEE: Did you know up to 14 species of frogs and toads may be found in the District of Columbia and that each can be recognized by unique calls made during the spring and summer? You can learn more about your amphibian neighbors and contribute to conservation in your community by becoming a DOEE […]
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