The DC Chapter serves as an invaluable networking venue, bringing practitioners from the huge range of conservation organizations, governmental entities, and academic institutions found in the greater DC area together for discussion groups, regularly scheduled meetings, speaker events, and that honored and time-tested DC networking tradition: the DC Happy Hour. Please feel free to contact us at email@example.com if you have any questions or ideas for events.
Paddle Night on the Anacostia River
September 18, 2014
Discover the Anacostia River during a FREE Paddle Night with the Anacostia Watershed Society. AWS provides the canoes, life jackets, paddles and safety lesson. RSVP on the calendar page of the AWS website. Select the Paddle Night event on September 18. Enter SCBinDC in the last field "How did you hear about AWS."
Directions: The Ballpark Boathouse is a short walk south on First St. SE (toward the riverfront) from the Navy Yard Metro stop. Driving? Use "Diamond Teague Park" OR Potomac Ave SE and First St. SE on your GPS. There is a Nationals game on Sept. 18 so public transportation is your best option as parking will be limited.
• Dec. 4, 2013: SCB Open House - A mixer at SCB headquarters
• Jan. 9, 2014: Smith Fellows Social on the Hill - Lounge 201
• Mar. 27, 2014: Project Passenger Pigeon - A conservation conversation at Koshland Science Museum
• Apr. 29, 2014: Why Biodiversity Matters to the U.S. Government - A panel discussion on how different federal agencies address biodiversity conservation.