The Walker Award winner for 2018-19 is Mary Lofton. Mary is a 3rd year Ph.D. candidate in Biological Sciences studying limnology and an Interfaces of Global Change Fellow. Prior to her graduate work at Virginia Tech, Mary worked as a high school Biology and Environmental Science teacher, and was drawn back ...Read More →
Nuclear power plants in Europe have been forced to cut back electricity production because of warmer-than-usual seawater.
Air temperatures have stubbornly lingered above 90 degrees in many parts of Sweden, Finland and Germany, and water ...
1. Home Horticulture Education – Eggleston Garden Center, Norfolk, VA – September 8th to October 13th
2. VMGA Education Day: “Bats, Birds and Bugs: Gardening on the Wilder Side” – Appomattox, VA – September 29, 2018 (Registration Deadline – September 11, 2018)
3. A video recording of our May webinar “Volunteer Retention and Engagement” with Michelle Prysby, Director of the Virginia Master Naturalist Program, is available online here: Click here
4. Landscape Professional Training Opportunities – Central Virginia – September 12, 2018
5. Go ...Read More →