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HOAs and Condo Associations often manage significant areas of common property. How can you help make those areas better for our world? ​As we think about all that impacts our degrading suburban and urban environments (e.g. impervious surface, invasive plants, too much turf grass), it’s also encouraging to know that we can act locally to create change. What’s your environmental issue?

Attend  our Audubon Naturalist Society’s Advocacy 101 for HOAs and Condo Associations workshop to learn about how you can participate and make a difference. We will cover the following key introductory community action skills:

  • Identifying issues and ideas for solutions
  • Researching and communicating ideas
  • Working within the structure of your community association
  • Developing an action plan
  • Talking to decision-makers
  • Building community partnerships to broaden support for your issue

You’ll get a chance to think about your own community, begin developing your own action plan, and participate in breakout discussions. And, you’ll get your own copy of our Advocacy & Stewardship Handbook!

Presenter: Renee Grebe (ANS Northern Virginia Conservation Advocate)

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Location: Online via Zoom!

Cost: Suggested donation for this interactive webinar is $10-20. If you are experiencing financial hardship and need a complementary ticket, contact All registered attendees will receive a Zoom link to join the event 24 hours before via email.