6th Annual Prince William Native Plant Symposium (Manassas, VA)

Verizon Auditorium - George Mason University 10900 University Blvd, Manassas, VA, United States

Natali will be at the Prince William Native Plant Symposium. Stop by the PRISM information table and plan to sit in on her breakout session on invasive plants. Stop Mowing, Start Growing: Native Plants for Beginners and Beyond! Stop mowing Continue reading →


Fauquier Education Farm Presents: Invasive Plants (Warrenton, VA)

Fauquier Cooperative Extension Office 24 Pelham Street, Warrenton, Virginia

Fauquier Education Farm Presents: Invasive Plants Do you have problems with invasive plant species at home? Learn more about identification and some methods of control with Natali. This free event is free and open to the public. Fauquier County Extension Continue reading →

VCE Southside Master Gardener Association (South Boston, VA)

South Boston-Halifax County Museum 1540 Wilborn Ave, South Boston, VA

Natali Walker from Blue Ridge PRISM will be joining virtually as she discusses how to identify invasive plants and practical strategies for managing invasive plants on your own property. This event is hosted by the VCE Southside Master Gardener Association. Continue reading →

Managing Invasive Species (Berryville, VA)

Berryville-Clarke County Government Center 101 Chalmers Ct, Berryville, VA

7 p.m. Wednesday, March 13: "Managing Invasive Species" at the Berryville-Clarke County Government Center (101 Chalmers Ct., Berryville) is a FREE presentation by Natali Walker of Blue Ridge PRISM, a non-profit organization dedicated to reducing the negative impact of invasive plants Continue reading →

An Evening with Dana Milbank (Charlottesville, VA)

The Jefferson School African American Heritage Center 233 4th St NW, Charlottesville, Virginia

Join us for a night with Dana Milbank, where we'll chat, laugh, and maybe even learn a thing or two about nature! Blue Ridge PRISM is pleased to host Washington Post opinion columnist and author, Dana Milbank, on April 13th Continue reading →