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What's Happening

September 22 & 26

The Audubon Naturalist Society (ANS), a pioneer in linking conservation activities with environmental education, is offering two stream science classes in the coming weeks: How to Read Your Stream
(September 22, Online Session), and Stream Science Field Workshop (September 26, Ten Mile Creek).

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September 25

Learn how to identify and remove non-native plants threatening our urban forests at Carderock Recreation Area. This event will be led by a local vegetation expert and will focus on removal of non-native vines and shrubs.

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September 26

Save the trees! Join Chuck Woolery and Steven Romanoff, Weed Warrior Supervisors, for a Sunday morning non-native, invasive plant removal workday in the northern section of Cabin John Regional Park in Potomac, MD. 

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Through September 30

Montgomery Parks is updating its Parks, Recreation and Open Space (PROS) Master Plan.  This document will guide the future development and management of the park system. The online survey is available at  www.MontgomeryParks.org/poweredbyparks.

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Friends of Cabin John Creek has a few additional rain planters available for the Cabin John Creek Watershed residents, building on our successful pilot program.  Want to request a planter or find out more?  Contact tina@cabinjohncreek.org   Offer good while supplies last!

We submitted comments on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the proposed highway widening project. The Cabin John Creek watershed will be impacted the most by this highway project.

Friends of Cabin John Creek is a volunteer citizen group dedicated to the preservation, restoration, and stewardship of the Cabin John Creek watershed in Montgomery County, MD. Cabin John Creek flows through the communities of Rockville, Bethesda, Potomac, and Cabin John, drains into the Potomac River, and ultimately feeds the Chesapeake Bay.

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We have developed new programs to inform and work with local communities and homeowners to identify stormwater issues and potential solutions.  Find out more about what you can do at home and by the creek.

Connect with Us

Report Water or Sewer Main Breaks to WSSC

Friends of Cabin John Creek is always looking for talented go-getters who love working for a good cause, sharing their knowledge and experience, and learning new skills.  Volunteering with FoCJC -- whether as an intern, event supporter, program organizer, or board member -- allows you to learn more about the challenges and threats facing our watershed and make a difference for the environment.  There are opportunities for people with all backgrounds and availability. 

Contact us to find out more!