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Conference Meet-ups

Scheduled In-Person Meet-ups

New York

Cayuga Nature Center Happy Hour Stroll

Host: Paleontological Research Institution 

Date/Time: June 29th 4:30-7PM

Location: Cayuga Nature Center, 1420 Taughannock Blvd. Ithaca, NY

RSVP: Register at this link by June 28th

Details: Join us June 29th from 4:30 to 7:00 pm for a casual post-conference meet-up at the Cayuga Nature Center. We'll begin at the pavilion behind the Nature Center Lodge at 4:30 and take a short stroll to the six-story TreeTops tree house. Then we will return to the pavilion for drinks, nibblies, and conversation about climate education. We'll share some of the ways PRI is engaging in environmental monitoring at the Cayuga Nature Center and supporting schools in doing environmental monitoring on and near their campuses. But most of the program is about networking and relaxing. We will provide beer, wine, non-alcoholic drinks and some light snacks. The trail to TreeTops is short, but not ADA-accessible, but the pavilion can be accessible by car.

Maryland

Hike for Climate and Sustainable Solutions

Host: Howard County Conservancy

RSVP Closed

Forward Thinking at Forward Brewing

Host: Annapolis/Baltimore-based MACCEC planning team members

Date/Time: June 28th 4-7PM

Location: Forward Brewing, 418 4th St., Annapolis, MD 21403

RSVP: No RSVP required - just show up!

Details: Fun, casual, and social get together for folks in the Annapolis metro area. Let's chat over a pint or tacos from this local Eastport spot.

 

Forward Brewing's airy, sunlit taproom in the front of the building has community tables and a front porch – perfect for watching neighbors stroll by on Fourth Street. They also currently offer outdoor dining in the driveway. Their nano brewing setup is housed in the brewing space at the back of the building. They aim for the triple bottom line, focusing on people and the planet as a for profit business. From water conservation in brewing, to sustainable food sourcing, to composting and waste elimination. They’ve adopted practices that allow to have the smallest possible footprint, while at the same time offering something delicious. Forward Brewing's goal is to make it easier for people to do something beneficial for our community, our waterways, our air, and our future while offering a space and a product that brings people together.

New Jersey

City to Shore: Nature-based Solutions for Climate Resilient Communities

Host: American Littoral Society

RSVP Closed

Pennsylvania

Tour of Frick Environmental Center & Hike

Host: Communitopia

RSVP Closed

Virginia

Coastal Resilience Walk in the Seaside Village of Oyster, VA

Host: The Nature Conservancy 

RSVP Closed

Delaware

Selfies with a 400-foot, 2-megawatt wind turbine

Host: Delaware Sea Grant / University of Delaware

RSVP Closed

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