Come learn with the Catawba Riverkeeper as experts from our community teach on a variety of outdoors and environmental science topics!
Some Riverkeeper Learning Series events will be free. Others may require a small fee to offset costs of the event.
|Date||Time||Topic||Guest Speaker||Event Type|
|Jan. 28||6:30-7:30 PM||Water & Architecture||Brooks Muller, UNC Charlotte College of Art + Architecture||Online|
|Feb. 19||6-7 PM||History of the Catawba River||Zach Lemhouse, Culture and Heritage Museums of York Co.||Online|
|Mar. 5||12-1 PM||Stowe Regional Water Resource Recovery Facility||Charlotte Water||Online|
|Mar. 23||6-7:30 PM||Environmental Career Panel||TBA||Online|
|Apr. 28||6:30 PM||Trees Talk||TreesCharlotte||In-person|
|May 25||6:00 PM||Urban Farming||Carolina Farm Trust||In-person|
|Jun. 27||1-3 PM||Kayak Bass Fishing||Queen City Bass Kayak Fishing||In-person|
|Jul. 22||6:30 PM||Breweries & Water||Birdsong Brewing||In-person|
|Sep. 18||11 AM||Historic Murray’s Mill||Jennifer Marquardt||In-person|
|Oct. 23||12:45-3:30 PM||Raptors and the River||Carolina Raptor Center||In-person|
|Nov. 13||10 AM – 12 PM||History of the South Fork Nature Walk||Andy Kane, Catawba Lands Conservancy||In-person|
Xylem Watermark, the corporate citizenship program for global water technology company Xylem, was initiated in 2008, with a focus on protecting and providing safe water resources around the world and also educating people on water-related issues. The global initiative, which encompasses employee and stakeholder engagement, provides access to clean drinking water and sanitation, and humanitarian emergency response to help communities become more water-secure and sustainable. Last year, the program exceeded its three-year goal to log 100,000 employee volunteer hours and engaged ~45 percent of the company’s global employee base.