HOW-TO GUIDE: STORM DRAINS

HOW-TO GUIDE: STORM DRAINS

This How-to Guide provides educators with step-by-step instructions for marking storm drains with students. Storm drains can be fround throughout your community and many who pass by have no idea where they lead! By marking storm drains, your class can draw more...
HOW-TO GUIDE: CAMPAIGN

HOW-TO GUIDE: CAMPAIGN

This How-to Guide provides educators with step-by-step instructions for running an informational campaign. Campaigns can be cost effective and information-rich. Get creative and enjoy! Please contact Lowery Becker, lowery.becker@riverfriends.org, if you have any...
HOW-TO GUIDE: CLEANUP

HOW-TO GUIDE: CLEANUP

This How-to Guide provides educators with step-by-step instructions for organizing cleanups. Cleanups are very eye opening and helpful for the environment. Trash can be found anywhere throughout the community. Take some time, get some friends together and do a great...
Earth Day extravaganza returns to Fredericksburg’s Old Mill Park

Earth Day extravaganza returns to Fredericksburg’s Old Mill Park

By Amanda Patterson, FOR Volunteer Fredericksburg’s 13th annual Earth Day celebration will be taking place on Saturday, April 23rd from 11am to 4pm (rain date: April 30th) and you don’t want to miss it! Thanks to Fredericksburg Parks and Recreation and many other...
Be on the lookout for a living fossil

Be on the lookout for a living fossil

Sturgeon2.pngReport soundings and help scientists track the Rappahannock’s link to the Age of Dinosaurs By Taylor McConnell, Biology Intern Kayakers, canoers, tubers, fishermen, and other riverrats, this April through June be on the lookout for soundings from...

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