Cleanup Events

Silver Creek Cleanup

Kensington-Frederick Avnue Neighborhood Park 10221 Frederick Avenue, Kensington, MD, MD

Silver Creek cleanup (railroard to Kent St and Frederick Avenue Neighborhood Park): please join us! On May 21, 10 am thru 11:30 am, join us for a cleanup of Silver Creek in Kensington. Meeting point: Kensington-Frederick Avenue Neighborhood Park, next to the Kensington House building (10221 Frederick Avenue). Put on sturdy shoes or rubber boots, […]

AOBA-BMS Gravelly Point Clean Up

Gravelly Point George Washington Parkway, Arlington

AOBA and BMS are partnering to conduct a watershed clean-up at Gravelly Point located alongside the George Washington Parkway in Arlington, Virginia.

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Fort Stanton Park Volunteer Day

Fort Stanton Recreation Center 1812 Erie Street SE, Washington, DC, DC

Fort Stanton Park was created in 1926 to preserve the hilltops where the Union army constructed Fort Stanton and Battery Rickets to defend the Nation’s Capital during the Civil War. These forts never saw battle, but their earthwork remains can still be seen the woods. The park’s more than 150 acres of forest include dramatic […]

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Fort Stanton Park Volunteer Day

Fort Stanton Recreation Center 1812 Erie Street SE, Washington, DC, DC

Fort Stanton Park was created in 1926 to preserve the hilltops where the Union army constructed Fort Stanton and Battery Rickets to defend the Nation’s Capital during the Civil War. These forts never saw battle, but their earthwork remains can still be seen the woods. The park’s more than 150 acres of forest include dramatic […]

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Fort Stanton Park Volunteer Day

Fort Stanton Recreation Center 1812 Erie Street SE, Washington, DC, DC

Fort Stanton Park was created in 1926 to preserve the hilltops where the Union army constructed Fort Stanton and Battery Rickets to defend the Nation’s Capital during the Civil War. These forts never saw battle, but their earthwork remains can still be seen the woods. The park’s more than 150 acres of forest include dramatic […]

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Fort Stanton Park Volunteer Day

Fort Stanton Recreation Center 1812 Erie Street SE, Washington, DC, DC

Fort Stanton Park was created in 1926 to preserve the hilltops where the Union army constructed Fort Stanton and Battery Rickets to defend the Nation’s Capital during the Civil War. These forts never saw battle, but their earthwork remains can still be seen the woods. The park’s more than 150 acres of forest include dramatic […]

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Fort Stanton Park Volunteer Day

Fort Stanton Recreation Center 1812 Erie Street SE, Washington, DC, DC

Fort Stanton Park was created in 1926 to preserve the hilltops where the Union army constructed Fort Stanton and Battery Rickets to defend the Nation’s Capital during the Civil War. These forts never saw battle, but their earthwork remains can still be seen the woods. The park’s more than 150 acres of forest include dramatic […]

Recurring

Fort Stanton Park Volunteer Day

Fort Stanton Recreation Center 1812 Erie Street SE, Washington, DC, DC

Fort Stanton Park was created in 1926 to preserve the hilltops where the Union army constructed Fort Stanton and Battery Rickets to defend the Nation’s Capital during the Civil War. These forts never saw battle, but their earthwork remains can still be seen the woods. The park’s more than 150 acres of forest include dramatic […]

Recurring

Fort Stanton Park Volunteer Day

Fort Stanton Recreation Center 1812 Erie Street SE, Washington, DC, DC

Fort Stanton Park was created in 1926 to preserve the hilltops where the Union army constructed Fort Stanton and Battery Rickets to defend the Nation’s Capital during the Civil War. These forts never saw battle, but their earthwork remains can still be seen the woods. The park’s more than 150 acres of forest include dramatic […]