Happy Holidays

Happy Holidays

Seasons tweetings from the Conservancy! Our offices and nature center will be closed from 12/24 through 1/1 for the holidays. Our grounds and trails remain open daily from dawn to dusk.  We hope you find some time to come explore our trails and see what you can...
Help make 2020 our greenest year yet!

Help make 2020 our greenest year yet!

This year, more than 30,000 children and adults explored nature thanks to the help of over 225 wonderful volunteers and donors like you. 2020 brings the Conservancy’s 30th anniversary with exciting programs like our student climate change field experience and...
School’s out – nature fun in

School’s out – nature fun in

When school is closed, bring your children to The Howard County Conservancy for our School’s Out Nature Program!  Upcoming educational programs are on Jan. 20, 27 and Feb. 17 at our locations in Woodstock and Elkridge. Programs include educational games,...
Bee-Thankful on #GivingTuesday

Bee-Thankful on #GivingTuesday

We have a day for giving thanks, a day for deals and a day for giving. This #GivingTuesday we are asking you to join our efforts to support environmental education and our favorite pollinator, the honey bee! Your gift helps 2nd and 3rd graders discover the mysteries...
HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!

We are grateful for supportive donors, engaged volunteers, active visitors, curious students and caring teachers! This year, over 30,000 people connected to nature and brought our mission to life! In celebration, our nature center and offices will be closed Thursday...
Storytelling events return

Storytelling events return

Join us for our annual Evening of Storytelling on November 8 or for our Storytelling Workshop on November 9th to perfect your craft! Advance registration is recommended for the evening program and required for the workshop. For more information and registration click...
Become a Certified Master Naturalist!

Become a Certified Master Naturalist!

Join the Conservancy this winter for Maryland Master Naturalist training! Certified Master Naturalists help preserve the state’s environmental wealth. For more information and to apply to the program click here.