Join Today

Get Involved

Become a Member of DC EcoWomen by signing up for our Newsletter and community email list. Join us at one of our awesome events this month for the opportunity to grow, learn, network, share and excel!
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Join Today [Get Involved]

Photo Contest

2018

In celebration of Earth Day, we’re kicking off our annual photo contest! From women working on environmental issues to taking advantage of D.C.’s natural beauty, we want to see your shots!
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Photo Contest [2018]

Ride & Learn

Fuel Cell Cars

Alongside the Department of Energy’s Fuel Cell Technologies Office, we offer an exciting opportunity to get up-close, learn more about and ride in the world’s first commercial hydrogen fuel cell cars.
Ride into the future

Ride & Learn [Fuel Cell Cars]

Book Swap

and Topic Discussion

This month, we’re combining a book swap and topic discussion instead of our usual book club. Bring any books for swapping or donating, then join us for a topic discussion on the International Clothing Industry.
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Book Swap [and Topic Discussion]

Read the Blog

DC EcoWomen Insights

If you haven’t checked out our blog yet, you should! Our blog offers lots of insights from our members and guest bloggers, as well as interesting environmental tips.
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Read the Blog [DC EcoWomen Insights]

Do you want to change the world?

You want to do good work,  lead your best life and be part of a community that cares about the environment. DC EcoWomen helps you do just that!

Our mission is simple: To help you learn and grow personally and professionally,  giving you the skills,  resources and connections to advance your career and make a difference in Washington,  DC. Help us grow in 2017; please donate today!  

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Mission

Mission

Our mission is to provide an educational forum for women that empowers women to become leaders in the environmental community and the world.

Why

Why

Women who work on environmental issues have knowledge to share and a desire to learn from each other. Gathering women with common interests also helps us to develop personal relationships that can lead professional synergies.