On April 28th, Washington-Lee's Environmental Club will be hiking at Roosevelt Island to raise money for NatureServe.
NatureServe connects science with conservation, providing biodiversity knowledge and tools so that everyone making natural resource decisions, including governments, conservation organizations, corporations, landowners, and the scientific community, can better focus conservation actions and more responsibly manage natural resources. Through the dedicated work of more than 1,000 scientists, data managers, and other professionals in the NatureServe network, they collect and manage the most comprehensive knowledge base about the plants, animals, and habitats of the Western Hemisphere. This unique resource helps sustain the health of our natural heritage - the diverse and resilient natural world needed to support prosperous human communities for current and future generations.
We're asking our friends and family to consider making a donation to support our efforts, and to help NatureServe protect the diversity of life on Earth.
Thanks for your support!