Sustainability Matters landscaping workshop

Sustainability Matters is holding a “Greener than Grass” virtual workshop on Sunday from 2 pm – 3:30 pm focusing on how to improve your lawn.

Imagine if you didn’t have to mow your yard, it looked better, and provided food for your family.

Sustainability Matters has some tips and tricks to help you do just that.

Following the workshop, the nonprofit will hold an info session so you can learn more about their work, the people behind it, and how you can get involved in the future.

The session is free but space is limited so head to their website to reserve your spot in the Zoom webinar.

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Cyber Safety and Digital Citizenship Webinar

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October 20th Shenandoah County schools will be hosting a digital citizenship and cyber safety webinar.

October is VSBA bullying prevention month and October 18-22nd is digital citizenship week.

Lead and digital wellness expert Teodora Parkovic of Linewize will host discussing popular social media and game apps, cyber safety, cyber bullying, gaming, and screen time issues.

You can register in advance on the SCPS website at

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FRWRC’s webinar on domestic violence

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The Front Royal Women’s Resource Center (FRWRC) will present five local women who have persisted in the work of bringing the problem of domestic violence in communities to light.

This is a part of the FRWRC annual spotlight on women series.

The five women are Margia Kitts, Barbara Greco, Christine Andreae, Rita Biggs and Tammy Sharpe.

The ladies are dedicated to not only bringing violence to light but providing resources for those who are suffering.

The five women will hold a webinar on the subject Aug. 26 at 7 p.m. has a link to the webinar.

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Urban Wildlife 101 training webinar is available

 The Urban Wildlife 101 webinar is being offered on Aug. 4 at 1 p.m..

The training session will cover the a gamut of wildlife from opossum to bats.

The webinar is an overview on how wildlife and citizens can successfully coexist.

The webinar will also cover how wildlife will adapt to living in urban areas and how humans can protect them.

Find out more at the Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page you can register for the webinar here.

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A webinar is scheduled for the proposed Rail Trail

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A webinar will be held on the proposed Rail Trail project Jul. 21 at 7 p.m..

The proposed project hopes to pave unused train tracks from Broadway to Front Royal.

This is an over 48 mile long tracked that will run up the Shenandoah Valley for hiking, biking and recreation.

Over 8,000 people responded to the The Virginia Department of Conservation and the Virginia Department of Transportation’s survey on the project.

Register for the webinar at the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation‘s website where you also find additional information on the project.

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