PWCAPrince William Conservation Alliance

Community Report, October 6 2020

Read online here   

You can make a difference. Click here to join us today! 

VRE Woodbridge

Linking Land Use and Transportation with Delegate Elizabeth Guzman and Supervisor Kenny Boddye


Wednesday, October 14, 7:30pm
RSVP Required, click here to register

PWCA will be welcoming Delegate Elizabeth Guzman for a community conversation around her House Bill 585, the new laws passed by Virginia’s 2020 General Assembly.

This legislation provides localities who meet a certain population threshold, such as Prince William, with strategies to implement transit-oriented development into the Comprehensive Plan. These strategies will help combat climate change at the local level.

Join us to learn more about how Prince William will be doing its part. Supervisor Kenny Boddye, Occoquan District, will be there to speak to how Prince William County seeks to use these strategies in the Comprehensive Plan.

Mysterious Moths with Judy Gallagher

chick weed geometerThursday, October 8, 7pm
RSVP Required, click here to register

You all know something about butterflies but you probably don't know much about their cousins, the moths. Did you know many adult moths eat nectar but others don't eat at all as adults? Explore the mysterious world of moths with Judy Gallagher and the PWCA.

Behind the Trees: The Lasting Legacy of Conservation and Recreation at Prince William Forest Park

Cedar Waxwing

Monday, October 26, 7pm
RSVP Required, click here to register

Prince William Forest Park is the largest natural greenspace in Northern Virginia and a favorite getaway for local hikers and campers. Nearly 400,000 visitors a year enjoy its trails and campgrounds, but often have no idea how ecologically vibrant and historically unique the park is.

Join us for a conversation with Prince William Forest Park Superintendent Tanya Gossett about the national park's legacy of conservation and recreation management from the Great Depression to today. 

Birding the Four Corners with Larry Meade

Redheaded Woodpecker

Monday, November 9, 7pm - Join us for a virtual get together and short presentation by Larry Meade!

The United States contains a rich variety of biomes and habitats. For a traveler interested in nature, this means that one can find in many regions of the country a different mix of plants, birds, insects and animals.

Larry Meade has traveled to each corner of the contiguous United States in search of birds and other fascinating experiences. He will share photos and stories from his trips to Maine, South Florida (two trips), Washington state, and San Diego County, California.

Click here to register for each meeting and receive a link to join the meeting.

Prince William Forest Park