Environmental Learning and Stewardship in Howard County, MD
Bring your enthusiasm for the environment to eight weeks of classes on Thursdays starting Feb 6, 2020.
Join others who care, meet experts in the field, and make a difference in the world!
Congratulations to our 2019 HoLLIE Graduates!!
Make an Environmental Difference in 2020!
ENVIRONMENTAL LEARNING AND LEADERSHIP COURSE
Offered by the Howard County Legacy Leadership Institute for the Environment (HoLLIE)
BRIEFINGS FROM NATIONAL AND LOCAL EXPERTS ON:
Global climate change, sustainability, earth systems science, and best practices on leaving an environmental legacy.
Regional ecology, local government's eco-efforts, non-positional leadership training, introduction to local nature and environmental organizations’ volunteer possibilities.
Limited enrollment class for ages 18 and above. Tuition for 2020 is $125.
Classes Thursdays, Feb. 6 to March 26, 2020, 8:30 am to 4 pm
The Carriage House at Belmont Manor and Historic Park
6555 Belmont Woods Rd., Elkridge, MD
Feb. 13 & 20 Classes at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center
Registration is handled by Howard Community College. The class is listed in the Howard Community College Winter Noncredit Course catalog under Environment. The course number is: XE-516-6550
You will be able to register by phone, by mail, or online through Howard Community College's hccexpress.net
More information, a recent course syllabus, and help with
registration is available on the Classes page:
More questions? Contact Betsy Singer, or Cathy Hudson,
"Attending HoLLIE’s introductory class in 2019 proved to be an antidote for the cynicism, complacency, hopelessness that was creeping its way into my views of humanity and its future… This legacy learning institute is truly a living example of fellowship and community building focused on the environment. Calling me to roads not taken in my past and possibilities and skills to go forward where ever I live." -Anne Mihalik
What's your Environmental Passion ???
Whether you have lifetime, a day, or an hour, there is something you can do to help!
Hover or tap on the circles to find what interests you most, then click Go! to see a list of related organizations.
You can start small and still help a lot!
How to get started:
Explore the circles
Click Go! to see a list of related environmental organizations in and around Howard County
Visit their website
Join their email list and stay informed
Attend a meeting if you can
Volunteers are needed for everything from office work and making phone calls to event staffing, research, outdoor work, and nature walks. There are often opportunities to help from home.