Save the date and watch for PRISM events to recognize NISAW 2024!
The James River Park System Invasive Plant Task Force presents RISAW or Richmond Invasive Species Awareness Week March 3 - 9th, 2024. Events are planned for every day and include invasive removal events at local parks, a nature walk , … Continue reading →
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 →
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 →
Stop by and visit PRISM's information table! Virginia Working Landscapes (VWL) is a program of the Smithsonian National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institue (NZCBI) that promotes the conservation of native biodiversity and sustainable land use through research, education and community … Continue reading →
Come and see PRISM volunteers at our information table in downtown Harrisonburg! Pollinators in Your Yard will kick off with updates on the City’s Pollinator Program and touch on pollinator spaces that are “intentional, planned and maintained”. The rest of the … Continue reading →
Our online workshop will provide an introduction to invasive plants and will help you to identify different species for the spring and summer. This session will take place via Zoom and will include a Q&A period with PRISM experts. Cost: … Continue reading →
During our online workshop, you will learn how to best manage invasive plants during the spring and summer seasons. This workshop will take place via Zoom and will include a Q&A period with PRISM experts. Topics covered in this session … Continue reading →
In partnership with the Rockfish Valley Foundation, Blue Ridge PRISM is happy to offer an in-person workshop to guide you through invasive plant management in the spring and summer. Join Blue Ridge PRISM’s knowledgeable staff at the beautiful Rockfish Valley … Continue reading →
Come visit PRISM staff and volunteers at this upcoming event from our partner, PEC, and stroll through the Virginia bluebells. Join The Piedmont Environmental Council's Julian W. Scheer Fauquier Land Conservation Fund for the 21st Annual Bluebell Walk on Cedar Run. This … Continue reading →
Spring Native Plant Sale at Morven Park April 13 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm Native plants add beauty and interest to your garden year round and provide important habitat for wildlife. Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy’s Native Plant Sale is the place to buy … Continue reading →
On Tuesday, April 16, we will be joined by Peggy Singlemann who is the host and co-producer of "Virginia Home Grown," a VPM/PBS program. She will talk about native plant options for your backyard landscapes. Peggy served as Director of … Continue reading →
Stop by the Blue Ridge PRISM table to meet our staff and grab some good information! Come celebrate Earth Day with a family-friendly, fun-for-all day. Meet local wildlife with programs from The Wildlife Center of Virginia. Touch stream critters. See … Continue reading →
Save the Date for Earth Day Front Royal, April 21, 2024! Stop by and meet PRISM staff at our information table.