The Friends of Dyke Marsh will be screening “Hometown Habitat, Stories of Bringing Nature Home” November 16, at 7:30 at the Huntley Meadows Visitor Center. This 90-minute documentary by Catherine Zimmerman explores how we can restore and incorporate nature into every landscape and redefine our relationship with nature, a practice some call conservation landscaping. The film features “habitat heroes,” real-life success stories, stories of hope, that cover topics like ecosystem services, nature’s resiliency, water conservation, ecoart and environmental activism.
ASNV is co-sponsoring this program, along with Plant NoVa Natives, the Trust for the George Washington Parkway, and the Friends of Little Hunting Creek.
This program is free and open to the public. If you use a GPS device to find the park, do not use the park's name. Enter the park's address, 3701 Lockheed Boulevard, Alexandria, VA 22306. More info here.