Green Breakfast Events


NVSWCD facilitates a bi-monthly gathering to discuss environmental topics in a casual setting on a Saturday morning. Attendees include agency representatives, interested citizens and community members, students, lawmakers, members of the business community and represenatives of local non-profits. Six green breakfasts are held each year.

September 2014

Join us for the next Green Breakfast on Saturday, September 13 at Brion's Grille in Fairfax, from 8:30 to 10:00 a.m. Green Breakfasts are held on the second Saturday of every other month.

  • Brion's Grille: 10621 Braddock Rd., Fairfax, VA 22032. located in the University Shopping Mall (Braddock Road and Route 123) across the street from the Roanoke River Road entrance to George Mason University.
  • Cost: $10.00 for the Buffet, which includes tax and tip. Cash is preferred.
  • Note: You may bring fliers about your organization's events and activities. There will be time for announcements. (If you would like to come and just have coffee, please email or call the Conservation District at 703-324-1460, TTY 711)

Past Green Breakfasts

Green Breakfast participants

Past Green Breakfast topics and speakers include:

  • Lake Barcroft Watershed Improvement District. July 2014.
  • Huntley Meadows Restoration Project Grand Opening. May 2014.
  • Organic Gardening and Foodscaping. Unity Prior Gardens. March 2014.
  • Public Health and Climate Change. Dr. Laura Anderko, Georgetown University. January 2014.
  • Deer and Forest Ecology. Jim McGlone, Virginia Department of Forestry. November 2013.
  • Retrofitting the Lakes and Dams of the Pohick Watershed. Matt Meyers and Dipmani Kumar, Watershed Improvement Branch, Fairfax County Department of Public Works and Environmental Services. September 2013.
  • Youth Environmental Leaders. Talia Schmitt, Owen Mulvey-McFerron, Liam Berigan and Matt Baker, FCPS high school students. July 2013.
  • Huntley Meadows Park Wetland Restoration. Kevin Munroe, Park Manager, Huntley Meadows. May 2013.
  • Green Buildings, Passive Homes and Residential Energy Efficiency. Peter Henry, Architect. March 2013.
  • Saving Nearby Nature. Pat Coady, Northern Virginia Conservation Trust. January 2013.
  • Conservation Practices for All Landscapes : From Your Downspout to the Chesapeake Bay. Lily Whitesell, Watershed Specialist, NVSWCD. November 2012.
  • Government Center Stormwater Project Tour. Fairfax County Stormwater Planning Division. Special Event, October 2012.
  • A Potential New Green Energy Corridor. Conrad Mehan, EnviroSolutions. September 2012.
  • Energy Action Fairfax. Susan Hafeli, Utility Analyst, Fairfax County. July 2012.
  • Recognizing Our Region’s Treasured Landscapes. Laura Grape, Northern Virginia Regional Commission. May 2012.
  • Greening Your Community, One School at a Time: FCPS Get2Green Program. Elaine Tholen, Environmental Educator, Fairfax County Public Schools. March 2012.
  • Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Soils But Were Afraid to Ask. Dan Schwartz, Soil Scientist, NVSWCD. January 2012.
  • Urban Stormwater Management in Fairfax County. James Patteson, Director, Department of Public Works and Environmental Services. November 2011.
  • A Sneak Peek at Environmental Issues in the General Assembly Session. Delegate David Bulova, 37th District. September 2011.
  • Offshore Wind Energy in Virginia. Sierra Club. July 2011.

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