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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]

Behind Farming

Photo Contest Blog

DC EcoWomen sat down with the winner of the 2018 Photo Contest, Sarah Waybright, to learn more about her photo and story.
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Behind Farming [Photo Contest Blog]

Behind Volunteering

Photo Contest Blog

We caught up with Tacy Lambiase, one of the finalists of the 2018 Photo Contest, to talk about her photo, which captures the impact of volunteering to help protect the environment.
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Behind Volunteering [Photo Contest Blog]

Behind Port Lockroy

Photo Contest Blog

Check out our Q&A with Anne Christianson, one of our 2018 Photo Contest finalists – we chat about her photo of Port Lockroy, Antarctica that showcases women providing career growth opportunities for other women.
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Behind Port Lockroy [Photo Contest Blog]

Book Club

September

Join us in September after our August break to discuss the book Flat Broke with Two Goats by Jennifer McGaha — a charming memoir of one woman’s unexpected journey from country chic to backwoods barnyard.
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Book Club [September]

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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.