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From an email:
“Generation Conservation* is starting off the New Year with a toast to nature! Please join supporters of The Nature Conservancy and other conservation enthusiasts for a happy hour to celebrate 2014 and the first anniversary of Generation Conservation in the metro D.C. area! Attendees will have the chance to mix-and-mingle with like-minded professionals, as well as meet Conservancy staff members, including the executive director of The Nature Conservancy’s Maryland/DC Chapter, Dr. Elizabeth Gray.
The suggested donation for this event is $10. Your gift will help support the Maryland/DC Chapter’s conservation work in the Mid-Atlantic region, protecting iconic natural areas like the Appalachians and the Chesapeake Bay. From our mountains to marshes, your donation will allow the Conservancy to continue protecting the lands and waters that we all love and cherish.
*Generation Conservation (“Gen C”) is the next generation of The Nature Conservancy’s supporters in Washington, D.C., Maryland, and northern Virginia. The objective of Gen C is to raise awareness about the Conservancy and its work in the Mid-Atlantic region, and broaden support for conservation among new, younger audiences in the region.
When: 6 – 9p.m., Jan. 28, 2014
Where: Local 16 (1602 U St NW, Washington, DC 20009)
What: Happy Hour in support of The Nature Conservancy
VIPs: Executive director of the Maryland/DC Chapter Dr. Elizabeth Gray will speak about her work with the Conservancy in Washington state, Africa, and now, as she returns to her roots in the D.C. area.”