Join Us at C. F. Phelps WMA For Clean the Bay Day June 4!
Want bigger deer? More turkeys? You're going to need better habitat and one of the best ways to get that is to have a clean, healthy Chesapeake Bay. Each year in June thousands of Virginians simultaneously descend on the rivers, streams, and beaches of the Chesapeake Bay watershed to remove harmful litter and debris. Many volunteer on June 3 but The Green Bow Foundation will host our event at C.F. Phelps WMA on June 4!
29 years strong, Clean the Bay Day is a true Virginian tradition and an annual opportunity for families, military installations, businesses, clubs, civic or church groups to give back to local waterways. This short, three-hour annual event has a massive cumulative impact. Since 1989, Clean the Bay Day has engaged over 146,000 volunteers, who have removed approximately 6.4 million pounds of debris from nearly 6,900 miles of shoreline in Virginia!
Conservation Classes at the Fairgrounds!
Spring Camp 2017
THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR STAFF AND VOLUNTEERS FOR A GREAT WEEKEND AT CABELAS!
Incredibly proud and honored to work with a great crew of youth and parent volunteers this weekend at our Cabelas outreach event. Our conservation future is bright. A few volunteers didn't make it into these photos, but everyone who helped was equally important and appreciated!
Youth Outreach Chris Yung Elementary School
Nate Reisenweber and his brother, Sam Reisenweber, represented The Green Bow Foundation at the Chris Yung Elementary School's Family Health and Wellness night on March 9. They spoke to parents and children about the organization and had lots of positive feedback from people in Bristow who are looking for archery and outdoor opportunities. They were able to reach an audience who had never heard of Green Bow before. The boys did a great job talking to people about their own experiences with the organization. We're very fortunate and proud to have these great students and their parents, Keith and Heather Reisenweber, who enable them as ambassadors for youth conservation, archery and stewardship.