TerraLogos Energy Group is proud to announce we have been invited to participate in the “Weather to the EXTREME” conference hosted by Howard County Conservancy and the Howard County Public School System on March 3, 2013.
Weather to the EXTREME
Educational Conference for High School Students with Industry Leaders
Howard County Conservancy
10520 Old Frederick Road, Woodstock, MD 21163
Wednesday, March 13, 2013, 9 am to 1:30pm
The conference will include presentations from TerraLogos, as well as various other notable speakers including meteorologist Ava Marie from WBAL-TV, along with representatives from Northrop Grumman, REI, Bartlett Trees, the University of Maryland Extension Service, NOAA and BGE. 100 Howard County high school freshmen will be participating.
Weather to the EXTREME will feature six learning stations scattered across the Conservancy building and property. The stations will focus on educating attendees about extreme weather, global warming and climate change. The TerraLogos work session will focus on the connection between climate change and our current energy use, highlighting what we can all do to make a difference. REI will be showing students how to handle extreme weather and BGE will be bringing their mobile power line safety trailer.
The Howard County Conservancy is a non-profit organization and the first environmental education center in Howard County. The Conservancy provides educational programs for children and adults throughout the year at our 232-acre Mt. Pleasant farm. The Conservancy is located on Old Frederick Road (Route 99) between Bethany Lane and Woodstock Road. Please call 410-465-8877 or visit www.hcconservancy.org for further information.