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In One Week! Learn about DC nature, its wildlife, and us. Talk at the Petworth Library, 7 pm, February 25th.

GNDC Guest Speaker: Stella Tarnay, Capital Nature and Biophilic DC, February 25th, 7 pm, Petworth Library Meeting Room, 4200 Kansas Avenue.Stella Tarnay is the Executive Director of Capital Nature, as well as the co-founder of Biophilic DC and a Master Naturalist. She will speak about how these organizations have been bringing people into a relationship […]
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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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Recycling in the DC Area – and other Resources

Hi all,  Our Resources Page has been updated, so check it out when you can. And as part of the latest resource we’ve put together, here is a flyer about recycling in the DC Area – what can you recycle – and where.  Hope you can make use of it! GNDC Flyer – Area recycling […]
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2018 D.C. Solar Congress – a day of solar information, April 14th, 2018, at UDC

New Events 2018 D.C. Solar Congress Saturday April 14, 2018 9:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. UDC – David A. Clarke School of Law 4340 Connecticut Ave, NW Washington, DC 20008 RSVP today! AGENDA 9:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Doors open, registration (coffee & breakfast provided) 10:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Opening Remarks – Overview of […]
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GN Meeting on Monday, Feb. 13th, 7 PM.

The Green Neighbors meeting scheduled for Monday, Feb. 13, will start half an hour late, at 7:00.  We will meet from 7:00 to 8:00 pm at the Petworth Library, downstairs in the conference room.  We will be discussing Green Neighbors’ niche among other DC green-oriented groups, and what actions we want to start taking for […]
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“Green” Your Summer Reads

Constructing your summer reading list? Several of our Green Neighbors have brainstormed their favorite environmental books. Have a browse and see how you might like to “green” your summer reads. A Sand County Almanac (1949), by Aldo Leopold. Collection of essays about Wisconsin land and people’s connection to it. Silent Spring (1962), by Rachel Carson. […]
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