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The schedule of events is subject to changed based on the status of the coronavirus response, weather, staffing, and other situations that may arise. If Calvert Nature Society or Calvert County Natural Resources Division cancels a program, a full refund will be issued.

Fall Program Registration will open in for Members on July 20 and on August 3 for Nonmembers. Join now to take advantage of the early registration period..  Schedule is subject to change.

ONLINE PROGRAMS

    • 10/29/2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Online Webinar
    Register

    Every Thursday from 12-1pm, October 29th - November 19th we will be revisiting and discussing four topics which have been covered at prior conferences.

    These webinars are free! Donations and sponsorships are accepted.

    You must register for each in order to receive details on how to join the webinar.


    Other webinars in the series:


    The Patuxent River, considered “Maryland’s River”, is the longest river entirely in the state of Maryland. Home to over 100 species of fish and a staggering variety of resident and migratory birds, the Patuxent River is a jewel of the Maryland natural world. Archaeological artifacts dating back to 7,205 B.C. suggests the River has been an essential lifeline for humans for thousands of years.

    The Patuxent River Conference (PAXCON) is the premier forum uniting scientists, environmental educators, natural resource managers, and anyone passionate about the health and future of the Patuxent River. To know and understand the Patuxent River is to take one more step towards its protection.

    You must register in order to receive details on how to join the webinar.

    For Additional Information: http://www.paxcon.org/

    Consider being a Sponsor of the Conference: With a sponsorship of $100 your organization's logo will be on the conference website and materials, as well as being able to share materials with conference attendees.

    • 11/05/2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EST)
    • Online Webinar
    Register

    Every Thursday from 12-1pm, October 29th - November 19th we will be revisiting and discussing four topics which have been covered at prior conferences.

    Registration is free. Donations and Sponsorships are welcome.

    You must register for each in order to receive details on how to join the webinar.


    Other webinars in the series.
    1. October 29 - Climate Change and the Patuxent (For Info and to register)
    2. November 12 – Stream Ecology and Restoration (For Info and to register)
    3. November 19- Outreach and Advocacy for River Health (For Info and to register)

    The Patuxent River, considered “Maryland’s River”, is the longest river entirely in the state of Maryland. Home to over 100 species of fish and a staggering variety of resident and migratory birds, the Patuxent River is a jewel of the Maryland natural world. Archaeological artifacts dating back to 7,205 B.C. suggests the River has been an essential lifeline for humans for thousands of years.

    The Patuxent River Conference (PAXCON) is the premier forum uniting scientists, environmental educators, natural resource managers, and anyone passionate about the health and future of the Patuxent River. To know and understand the Patuxent River is to take one more step towards its protection.

    You must register in order to receive details on how to join the webinar.

    For Additional Information: http://www.paxcon.org/

    Consider being a Sponsor of the Conference: With a sponsorship of $100 your organization's logo will be on the conference website and materials, as well as being able to share materials with conference attendees.

    • 11/06/2020
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)
    • online via Zoom
    • 6
    Register
    Please note that the safety of our participants and staff is of the utmost importance.  This class will be going virtual this fall and potentially through the winter.

    Ages 4-12 with adult


    Our Fall homeschool Friday season will focus on the group of animals known as "invertebrates." November's class will focus on the macro invertebrates that call the swamp water home especially dragon and damselflies and water beetles.

    Please register by October 30   to attend

    Location: Online via Zoom - link coming soon to registered particpants

    Program Fee are per family:
    Please register all your children on one entry. Program fees are per family.

    Naturalist in charge: Tania Gale

    Program Fee are per family:Please register all your children on one entry.

    There is no charge for parents since they are expected to participate as mentors and teachers. Staff will provide guidance for parents on how to assist.

    Free for Society members
    $8 per family for nonmembers

    COVID Policies and Procedures

    The Calvert Nature Society has developed policies and procedures for public program operations based on state and CDC guidelines.

    These policies are effective from June 5 until otherwise rescinded:

    ·       All participants over the age of 2 (including parents) must wear a mask when social distancing is not possible. Participants must provide their own masks.

    ·       Please consider the safety, health, and well-being of all participants in our programs and stay home if the participant is ill. Full refunds will be given for cancellations due to health concerns. 

    ·       Prior to participation in any Society sponsored program,  we will ask each individual, to if under 18 a parent, to complete a participant waiver.

    Please download and complete the waiver prior to the program. You may complete it online and email to CypressSwamp@CalvertCountyMD.gov, or print it and bring to the program. The waiver only needs to be completed once per year.

    Please read our full policy statement and waiver.


    • 11/06/2020
    • 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM (EST)
    • online via Zoom
    • 4
    Register

    Please note that the safety of our participants and staff is of the utmost importance.  This class will be going virtual this fall and potentially through the winter.


    Ages 4-12 with adult


    Our Fall homeschool Friday season will focus on the group of animals known as "invertebrates." November's class will focus on the macro invertebrates that call the swamp water home especially dragon and damselflies and water beetles.

    Please register by October 30   to attend

    Location: online via Zoom, link coming soon to registered participants

    Program Fee are per family:
    Please register all your children on one entry. Program fees are per family.

    Naturalist in charge: Tania Gale

    Program Fee are per family:Please register all your children on one entry.

    There is no charge for parents since they are expected to participate as mentors and teachers. Staff will provide guidance for parents on how to assist.

    COVID Policies and Procedures

    The Calvert Nature Society has developed policies and procedures for public program operations based on state and CDC guidelines.

    These policies are effective from June 5 until otherwise rescinded:

    ·       All participants over the age of 2 (including parents) must wear a mask when social distancing is not possible. Participants must provide their own masks.

    ·       Please consider the safety, health, and well-being of all participants in our programs and stay home if the participant is ill. Full refunds will be given for cancellations due to health concerns. 

    ·       Prior to participation in any Society sponsored program,  we will ask each individual, to if under 18 a parent, to complete a participant waiver.

    Please download and complete the waiver prior to the program. You may complete it online and email to CypressSwamp@CalvertCountyMD.gov, or print it and bring to the program. The waiver only needs to be completed once per year.

    Please read our full policy statement and waiver.

    • 11/12/2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EST)
    • Online Webinar
    Register

    Every Thursday from 12-1pm, October 29th - November 19th we will be revisiting and discussing four topics which have been covered at prior conferences.

    Registration is free. Donations and Sponsorships are welcome.

    You must register for each in order to receive details on how to join the webinar.


    Other webinars in the series.

    The Patuxent River, considered “Maryland’s River”, is the longest river entirely in the state of Maryland. Home to over 100 species of fish and a staggering variety of resident and migratory birds, the Patuxent River is a jewel of the Maryland natural world. Archaeological artifacts dating back to 7,205 B.C. suggests the River has been an essential lifeline for humans for thousands of years.

    The Patuxent River Conference (PAXCON) is the premier forum uniting scientists, environmental educators, natural resource managers, and anyone passionate about the health and future of the Patuxent River. To know and understand the Patuxent River is to take one more step towards its protection.

    You must register in order to receive details on how to join the webinar.

    For Additional Information: http://www.paxcon.org/

    Consider being a Sponsor of the Conference: With a sponsorship of $100 your organization's logo will be on the conference website and materials, as well as being able to share materials with conference attendees.


    • 11/19/2020
    • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EST)
    • Online Webinar
    Register

    Every Thursday from 12-1pm, October 29th - November 19th we will be revisiting and discussing four topics which have been covered at prior conferences.

    Registration is free. Donations and Sponsorships are welcome.

    You must register for each in order to receive details on how to join the webinar.


    Other webinars in the series.

    The Patuxent River, considered “Maryland’s River”, is the longest river entirely in the state of Maryland. Home to over 100 species of fish and a staggering variety of resident and migratory birds, the Patuxent River is a jewel of the Maryland natural world. Archaeological artifacts dating back to 7,205 B.C. suggests the River has been an essential lifeline for humans for thousands of years.

    The Patuxent River Conference (PAXCON) is the premier forum uniting scientists, environmental educators, natural resource managers, and anyone passionate about the health and future of the Patuxent River. To know and understand the Patuxent River is to take one more step towards its protection.

    You must register in order to receive details on how to join the webinar.

    For Additional Information: http://www.paxcon.org/

    Consider being a Sponsor of the Conference: With a sponsorship of $100 your organization's logo will be on the conference website and materials, as well as being able to share materials with conference attendees.

    • 12/04/2020
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)
    • online via Zoom
    • 7
    Register

    Please note that the safety of our participants and staff is of the utmost importance.  This class will be going virtual this fall and potentially through the winter.


    Ages 4-12 with adult


    Our Fall homeschool Friday season will focus on the group of animals known as "invertebrates." November's class will focus on millipedes, centipedes, worms and other critters who live in the soil and under logs.

    Please register by November 27  to attend

    Location: online via Zoom

    Program Fee are per family:
    Please register all your children on one entry. Program fees are per family.

    Naturalist in charge: Tania Gale

    Program Fee are per family:Please register all your children on one entry.

    There is no charge for parents since they are expected to participate as mentors and teachers. Staff will provide guidance for parents on how to assist.

    Free for Society members
    $8 per family for nonmembers

    Homeschool Fridays is a series of environmental education programs developed especially for homeschoolers ages 4 to 12. These classes are a great way to get hands-on science and nature lessons and network with other homeschooling families. Each two-hour program will consist of indoor and outdoor hands-on learning. Depending on the topic, students may observe live animals, collect aquatic creatures, take measurements using scientific equipment, or play games.

    Siblings younger than 4 are welcome, but must be under the care of a parent/guardian at all times and should not distract the program participants.

    The inside section of the class will be mixed-age learning  - with participants in their family groups.

    In general, for the outside portion of the class, students will be grouped by age to allow for age-appropriate topic exploration (parents will stay with the younger age-group to assist).

    • 12/04/2020
    • 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM (EST)
    • online via Zoom
    • 4
    Register

    Please note that the safety of our participants and staff is of the utmost importance.  This class will be going virtual this fall and potentially through the winter.


    Ages 4-12 with adult


    Our Fall homeschool Friday season will focus on the group of animals known as "invertebrates." November's class will focus on millipedes, centipedes, worms and other critters who live in the soil and under logs.

    Please register by November 27  to attend

    Location: online via Zoom

    Program Fee are per family:
    Please register all your children on one entry. Program fees are per family.

    Naturalist in charge: Tania Gale

    Program Fee are per family:Please register all your children on one entry.

    There is no charge for parents since they are expected to participate as mentors and teachers. Staff will provide guidance for parents on how to assist.

    Free for Society members
    $8 per family for nonmembers

    Homeschool Fridays is a series of environmental education programs developed especially for homeschoolers ages 4 to 12. These classes are a great way to get hands-on science and nature lessons and network with other homeschooling families. Each two-hour program will consist of indoor and outdoor hands-on learning. Depending on the topic, students may observe live animals, collect aquatic creatures, take measurements using scientific equipment, or play games.

    Siblings younger than 4 are welcome, but must be under the care of a parent/guardian at all times and should not distract the program participants.

    The inside section of the class will be mixed-age learning  - with participants in their family groups.

    In general, for the outside portion of the class, students will be grouped by age to allow for age-appropriate topic exploration (parents will stay with the younger age-group to assist).

    • 01/08/2021
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)
    • Online via Zoom
    • 15
    Register

    Please note that the safety of our participants and staff is of the utmost importance.  This class will be going virtual through the winter.

    Ages 4-12 with adult

    Water is important - in so many ways. During this homeschool series we will explore some of the properties that make water unique and think about how we use water. Zoom meetings will serve as a springboard for at-home, in-your-yard or kitchen experiments. Each month will feature a different watery theme.

    Location: Online via Zoom

    Program Fee are per family:
    Please register all your children on one entry. Program fees are per family.

    Naturalist in charge: Tania Gale

    Program Fee are per family:Please register all your children on one entry.

    There is no charge for parents since they are expected to participate as mentors and teachers. Staff will provide guidance for parents on how to assist.

    Free for Society members
    $8 per family for nonmembers

    COVID Policies and Procedures

    The Calvert Nature Society has developed policies and procedures for public program operations based on state and CDC guidelines.

    These policies are effective from June 5 until otherwise rescinded:

    • All participants over the age of 2 (including parents) must wear a mask when social distancing is not possible. Participants must provide their own masks.
    • Please consider the safety, health, and well-being of all participants in our programs and stay home if the participant is ill. Full refunds will be given for cancellations due to health concerns. 
    • Prior to participation in any Society sponsored program,  we will ask each individual, to if under 18 a parent, to complete a participant waiver.

    Please download and complete the waiver prior to the program. You may complete it online and email to CypressSwamp@CalvertCountyMD.gov, or print it and bring to the program. The waiver only needs to be completed once per year.

    Please read our full policy statement and waiver.

    • 01/08/2021
    • 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM (EST)
    • online via Zoom
    • 15
    Register
    Please note that the safety of our participants and staff is of the utmost importance.  This class will be going virtual this fall and potentially through the winter.

    Water is important - in so many ways. During this homeschool series we will explore some of the properties that make water unique and think about how we use water. Zoom meetings will serve as a springboard for at-home, in-your-yard or kitchen experiments. Each month will feature a different watery theme.


    Ages 4-12 with adult




    Location: online via Zoom

    Program Fee are per family:
    Please register all your children on one entry. Program fees are per family.

    Naturalist in charge: Tania Gale

    Program Fee are per family:Please register all your children on one entry.

    There is no charge for parents since they are expected to participate as mentors and teachers. Staff will provide guidance for parents on how to assist.

    Free for Society members
    $8 per family for nonmembers

    COVID Policies and Procedures

    The Calvert Nature Society has developed policies and procedures for public program operations based on state and CDC guidelines.

    These policies are effective from June 5 until otherwise rescinded:

    • All participants over the age of 2 (including parents) must wear a mask when social distancing is not possible. Participants must provide their own masks.
    • Please consider the safety, health, and well-being of all participants in our programs and stay home if the participant is ill. Full refunds will be given for cancellations due to health concerns. 
    • Prior to participation in any Society sponsored program,  we will ask each individual, to if under 18 a parent, to complete a participant waiver.

    Please download and complete the waiver prior to the program. You may complete it online and email to CypressSwamp@CalvertCountyMD.gov, or print it and bring to the program. The waiver only needs to be completed once per year.

    Please read our full policy statement and waiver.

    • 02/12/2021
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)
    • Online via Zoom
    • 15
    Register

    Please note that the safety of our participants and staff is of the utmost importance.  This class will be going virtual through the winter.

    Ages 4-12 with adult

    Water is important - in so many ways. During this homeschool series we will explore some of the properties that make water unique and think about how we use water. Zoom meetings will serve as a springboard for at-home, in-your-yard or kitchen experiments. Each month will feature a different watery theme.

    Location: Online via Zoom

    Program Fee are per family:
    Please register all your children on one entry. Program fees are per family.

    Naturalist in charge: Tania Gale

    Program Fee are per family:Please register all your children on one entry.

    There is no charge for parents since they are expected to participate as mentors and teachers. Staff will provide guidance for parents on how to assist.

    Free for Society members
    $8 per family for nonmembers

    COVID Policies and Procedures

    The Calvert Nature Society has developed policies and procedures for public program operations based on state and CDC guidelines.

    These policies are effective from June 5 until otherwise rescinded:

    • All participants over the age of 2 (including parents) must wear a mask when social distancing is not possible. Participants must provide their own masks.
    • Please consider the safety, health, and well-being of all participants in our programs and stay home if the participant is ill. Full refunds will be given for cancellations due to health concerns. 
    • Prior to participation in any Society sponsored program,  we will ask each individual, to if under 18 a parent, to complete a participant waiver.

    Please download and complete the waiver prior to the program. You may complete it online and email to CypressSwamp@CalvertCountyMD.gov, or print it and bring to the program. The waiver only needs to be completed once per year.

    Please read our full policy statement and waiver.

    • 02/12/2021
    • 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM (EST)
    • online via Zoom
    • 15
    Register
    Please note that the safety of our participants and staff is of the utmost importance.  This class will be going virtual this fall and potentially through the winter.

    Water is important - in so many ways. During this homeschool series we will explore some of the properties that make water unique and think about how we use water. Zoom meetings will serve as a springboard for at-home, in-your-yard or kitchen experiments. Each month will feature a different watery theme.

    Ages 4-12 with adult

    Location: online via Zoom

    Program Fee are per family:
    Please register all your children on one entry. Program fees are per family.

    Naturalist in charge: Tania Gale

    Program Fee are per family:Please register all your children on one entry.

    There is no charge for parents since they are expected to participate as mentors and teachers. Staff will provide guidance for parents on how to assist.

    Free for Society members
    $8 per family for nonmembers

    COVID Policies and Procedures

    The Calvert Nature Society has developed policies and procedures for public program operations based on state and CDC guidelines.

    These policies are effective from June 5 until otherwise rescinded:

    • All participants over the age of 2 (including parents) must wear a mask when social distancing is not possible. Participants must provide their own masks.
    • Please consider the safety, health, and well-being of all participants in our programs and stay home if the participant is ill. Full refunds will be given for cancellations due to health concerns. 
    • Prior to participation in any Society sponsored program,  we will ask each individual, to if under 18 a parent, to complete a participant waiver.

    Please download and complete the waiver prior to the program. You may complete it online and email to CypressSwamp@CalvertCountyMD.gov, or print it and bring to the program. The waiver only needs to be completed once per year.

    Please read our full policy statement and waiver.

    • 03/05/2021
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM (EST)
    • online via Zoom
    • 15
    Register

    Please note that the safety of our participants and staff is of the utmost importance.  This class will be going virtual through the winter.

    Ages 4-12 with adult

    Water is important - in so many ways. During this homeschool series we will explore some of the properties that make water unique and think about how we use water. Zoom meetings will serve as a springboard for at-home, in-your-yard or kitchen experiments. Each month will feature a different watery theme.

    Location: Online via Zoom

    Program Fee are per family:
    Please register all your children on one entry. Program fees are per family.

    Naturalist in charge: Tania Gale

    Program Fee are per family:Please register all your children on one entry.

    There is no charge for parents since they are expected to participate as mentors and teachers. Staff will provide guidance for parents on how to assist.

    Free for Society members
    $8 per family for nonmembers

    COVID Policies and Procedures

    The Calvert Nature Society has developed policies and procedures for public program operations based on state and CDC guidelines.

    These policies are effective from June 5 until otherwise rescinded:

    • All participants over the age of 2 (including parents) must wear a mask when social distancing is not possible. Participants must provide their own masks.
    • Please consider the safety, health, and well-being of all participants in our programs and stay home if the participant is ill. Full refunds will be given for cancellations due to health concerns. 
    • Prior to participation in any Society sponsored program,  we will ask each individual, to if under 18 a parent, to complete a participant waiver.

    Please download and complete the waiver prior to the program. You may complete it online and email to CypressSwamp@CalvertCountyMD.gov, or print it and bring to the program. The waiver only needs to be completed once per year.

    Please read our full policy statement and waiver.

    • 03/05/2021
    • 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM (EST)
    • online via Zoom
    • 15
    Register
    Please note that the safety of our participants and staff is of the utmost importance.  This class will be going virtual this fall and potentially through the winter.

    Water is important - in so many ways. During this homeschool series we will explore some of the properties that make water unique and think about how we use water. Zoom meetings will serve as a springboard for at-home, in-your-yard or kitchen experiments. Each month will feature a different watery theme.

    Ages 4-12 with adult

    Location: online via Zoom

    Program Fee are per family:
    Please register all your children on one entry. Program fees are per family.

    Naturalist in charge: Tania Gale

    Program Fee are per family:Please register all your children on one entry.

    There is no charge for parents since they are expected to participate as mentors and teachers. Staff will provide guidance for parents on how to assist.

    Free for Society members
    $8 per family for nonmembers

    COVID Policies and Procedures

    The Calvert Nature Society has developed policies and procedures for public program operations based on state and CDC guidelines.

    These policies are effective from June 5 until otherwise rescinded:

    • All participants over the age of 2 (including parents) must wear a mask when social distancing is not possible. Participants must provide their own masks.
    • Please consider the safety, health, and well-being of all participants in our programs and stay home if the participant is ill. Full refunds will be given for cancellations due to health concerns. 
    • Prior to participation in any Society sponsored program,  we will ask each individual, to if under 18 a parent, to complete a participant waiver.

    Please download and complete the waiver prior to the program. You may complete it online and email to CypressSwamp@CalvertCountyMD.gov, or print it and bring to the program. The waiver only needs to be completed once per year.

    Please read our full policy statement and waiver.

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