Join us for the next Green Breakfast!
Part 1 - How to Avoid Being Bad, When You’re Trying to Do Good! Brandy Mueller, Environmental Compliance Coordinator, Fairfax County Land Development ServicesEven the most well-intentioned conservation efforts can sometimes lead to unexpected challenges, when necessary permissions are not received or limits pushed…even those in our own backyards. When we only see the end vision of our projects and backyard or community conservation retreats, we don’t often think of them as land-disturbing activities, certainly not in the same vein as traditional development. But, they can be. A little planning ahead and a general understanding the rules and regulations that are in place and why they exist can help to make your projects great successes.
This is part one of a series of breakfasts in which we will hear from Brandy Mueller, Environmental Compliance Coordinator with Fairfax County’s Land Development Services who will provide a brief overview of the current program and share the vision for the future. Ms. Mueller will discuss some logistics for filing complaints and resources and information that are available online. The complaint response program is undergoing changes in 2019 and Ms. Mueller is interested in your ideas about other information and resources that you may need to support individual and community projects to help make them a success.
Later in 2019, Ms. Mueller will be back to share the lessons-learned and describe updates to the program.
To be notified when the Green Breakfast speaker and topic is announced, contact NVSWCD.
Green Breakfasts, facilitated by the Northern Virginia Soil and Water Conservation District, are a bi-monthly gatherings 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 representatives of local non-profits. Six green breakfasts are held each year.