Welcome To Our Spring Appeal Campaign

CHANGING LIVES THROUGH CONSERVATION

Here are a few 2019 highlights:

  • Vibrant & Experienced Community Leader, YaVonne Boyd, joined as Executive Director.
  • In 2019, Earth Conservation Corps, the DC Affiliate for National Wildlife Federation, kicked off the award-winning Eco-Schools program in Washington, DC. This program model is used all over the world bringing conservation awareness and action to local schools all done on the student level.
  • In the fall of 2020, we are planning to bring this program to youth who would greatly benefit from this opportunity, National Guard Capital Guardian Youth ChalleNGe Academy. The Youth Challenge academy is a residential program that works with 16-18 year-old high school dropouts, providing workforce development and service learning experiences that will give these young people the tools needed to succeed as productive citizens.
  • 1,774 people engaged in our raptor experience programs
  • 786 children and their families participated in Friday Night Fishing

Conservation Through Programming Is How We Change Lives

Our Programs

CONSERVATION ACTIVITIES

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EARTH CONSERVATION CORPS

TEAM MEMBERS

YaVonne Boyd

Executive Director

Daryl Wallace

Field Director

Emma Gesiriech

Field Director

We’ve completed over 50 conservation projects and taking on more challenges in 2020

SUCCESSFUL PROJECTS

Help Our Watershed

25% of Ocean Pollution is from Single Use Bottles. Plastic waste is extremely harmful to the environment and penetrates every aspect of it, including the land, oceans, marine life, and our own bodies. One of the best ways to curb this waste and the possibility of consumption is by reducing your use of disposable plastic bottles. Plastic Water Bottles Are Destroying Our Marine Environment.

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The vital work of ECC is made possible by people like you who contribute their unique backgrounds, talents and skill levels.

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DONATION

Funding is a big part of getting things done in conservation. We depend on your generousity in order to continue this important work.