There are many ways to get involved in DC EcoWomen. You can choose how you want to participate. All are welcome!
Become a Member!
Become a member of DC EcoWomen and learn about all we have to offer! It’s easy to become a DC EcoWomen member. Just sign up for our Newsletter and/or Community ListServ!
The Newsletter is used to notify members about information on all upcoming DC EcoWomen events such as EcoHours, professional development workshops, happy hours, and more. Our latest blog postings and professional development tips are also found in our Newsletter. Be the first to know as DC EcoWomen announces new events, blogs, networking and professional development opportunities for DC EcoWomen. Sign-up for our newsletter.
This listserv is a google group members can use to post and/or find jobs, events, housing and more! Though we hold several co-ed events throughout the year, this Listserv is reserved for women only. Get great tips on job opportunities, housing, upcoming eco-opportunities, and community updates by joining our email listserv.
Come to Events!
By signing up for our Newsletter and Community Listserv you will become an official DC EcoWomen Member, giving you access to great information, resources, and reminders about our events. Take the next step to learn what we are all about. Join us at an event to meet our members and make some connections and friends in a great community of women. Check our event page for upcoming events.
In addition to professional development events, DC Ecowomen provides members with opportunities to give back to our community. Join us for cleaning up the Potomac or removing invasive weeds at local urban farms! Keep an eye on our events calendar for more info.
Once per year, DC EcoWomen hosts a photo contest to showcase artistic images taken by our members that highlight women in the environment, conservation in action, natural beauty, travel, and iconic urban landscapes.
Staying in Touch
Keep up to date with what’s going on in DC’s environmental community, and get great tips and updates on DC EcoWomen’s blog. Read the blog