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Dumbarton Oaks Park Conservancy

Dumbarton Oaks Park Conservancy is entering our 10th year of dedicated work to restore, promote, and maintain Dumbarton Oaks Park:  27-acres of magical woodlands and meadows right in the heart of our nation's capital. The restoration results are only possible because of community volunteers and the community's financial support.  

This Giving Tuesday your gift can help us reach our goal of $15,000!

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Please consider a contribution to Dumbarton Oaks Park Conservancy this Giving Tuesday. Thank you.

$25 supplies water and snacks for volunteers

$50 plants new trees

$100 delivers environmental education programs to inner city students

$500 supports Art in the Park celebrations for the entire community

$1,000 provides leadership for significant restoration projects such as stormwater mitigation 

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Thanks to volunteers, like these smiling faces...

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The Conservancy is restoring the landscape by removing invasive plants, planting trees, and seeding meadows with warm-season grasses to help the Park adjust to a changing climate. Today the Park is more beautiful than ever, although still seriously threatened by stormwater runoff and invasive plants. Your Giving Tuesday contribution of whatever size will help the Conservancy address these daunting challenges. Thank you!

This video below shares more details about the Conservancy's work to restore the Park. 

The mission of Dumbarton Oaks Park Conservancy is to restore, promote, and maintain Dumbarton Oaks Park, which is the naturalistic portion of one of the finest garden designs in American landscape history, and the masterwork of Beatrix Farrand, America’s first woman landscape architect. 
 

We hope to see you in the Park soon and thanks for your support on Giving Tuesday! 

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