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June 4 @ 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Let’s come together to celebrate Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy’s 28th annual meeting at Ida Lee Park Recreation Center. There will be a short business meeting and presentation of Volunteer of the Year awards, Loudoun County Public School Regional Science Fair winners, Roger Tory Peterson Young Naturalist awards, and a keynote speaker. We will serve light refreshments. View annual meeting agenda. Registration required
This year’s keynote speaker is Amy Ulland, Coordinator for Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy’s Stream Monitoring Program. She will tell us how the Stream Team is making a difference through biological and chemical citizen science efforts, educational outreach programs, and a grant project focusing on stream and drinking water health in Lucketts. You can also get an up-close look at some creek critters and try your hand at identifying some, just like a member of the Stream Team.
The Annual Meeting is your last opportunity to buy raffle tickets for Nature’s Gifts quilt. The drawing for the winner will occur at the end of the meeting after the keynote speaker; you do not have to be present to win.
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We are looking for volunteers to help us set up and do other tasks at the Annual Meeting. Sign up here to volunteer.