“State lines can’t stop us”

“State lines can’t stop us”

At last month’s Watershed Report Card summit, Atholton students and Youth Climate Institute ambassadors Candace and James talked about the hope offered by YCI, which is spreading nationwide. Meg Boyd, Conservancy executive director, announced that YCI added...
Nature for the little ones

Nature for the little ones

The preschool crowd can join us at our Belmont location in Elkridge for outdoor adventures and nature-based learning in May. In this weekly series, children and their caregivers are invited for hikes and thoughtfully curated and child-led activities while exploring...
Volunteer spotlight: Howard Quinn

Volunteer spotlight: Howard Quinn

f you happen into the Conservancy’s offices when Howard Quinn is working the front desk, you’ll likely have musical accompaniment to your nature education. A musician and retired Howard County special education teacher, Howard has been volunteering with...
Naturalist training

Naturalist training

Like lichen? Dig dirt? Try nine-week Master Naturalist training, 1/9/24 to 3/5/24 (Tuesdays, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.), with an in-depth look at local ecology and natural history. Apply starting Oct. 1. For more information, visit the University of Maryland...
Conservancy’s Youth Climate Institute in the news

Conservancy’s Youth Climate Institute in the news

The students at the Youth Climate Institute were ready for their close-ups at the Watershed Report Card Summit in April! The Conservancy’s YCI hit the news on WJZ TV just before Earth Day, when they were planting trees, working the grounds and premiering their...