Gardening is much more than growing plump tomatoes or fragrant roses. Gardens are part of the chain of life, with environmental consequences that can be beneficial or detrimental, depending on the choices a gardener makes.
That is the central theme of Landscape for Life, a five-week course that 15 people will begin taking Tuesday through the Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy.
Washington Post, January 5, 2015
Reluctant readers at some schools in Prince William are reading enthusiastically to dogs brought to the schools through the “Paws for Reading” program.
Washington Post, December 9, 2014
More than 400 people stopped by the Community Room at the Bull Run Regional Library in Manassas last weekend to see an assortment of model trains chugging through miniature villages, over bridges and past man-made mountains and forests.
Members of the Prince William Model Railroad Club proudly showed off the display, which nearly filled the room.
Washington Post, November 22, 2014
Leadership Prince William kicked off its eighth program year Sept. 25, as alumni and other local leaders got together at the Prince William campus of George Mason University to send the Class of 2015 off on its opening two-day retreat.
Washington Post, October 5, 2014
HealthWorks for Northern Virginia, the nonprofit that operates community health centers in Leesburg, Sterling and Herndon is facing a raft of financial problems that have caused its directors to consider closing facilities, filing for bankruptcy or dissolving the organization.
Washington Post Metro Section, April 28, 2014
Stephanie Foran, president of Friends of Loudoun mental Health, answers our questions about her organization and how it helps people with mental illness.
Washington Post, May 29, 2013
Rachel Harris, an 8-year-old South Riding girl, has started a nonprofit to help children’s whose parents don’t have enough money to get them the things they want.
Washington Post, March 4, 2013