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    You’re invited! Register now for the 2017 Chesapeake Sojourn: Paddling the Patuxent River

    The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay is reviving the Chesapeake Sojourn this year! Register Today!
    The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay invites you to join us for the 2017 Chesapeake Sojourn along the Patuxent River in Calvert County and St. Mary’s County, Maryland from August 11th to 13th.

    During Alliance Sojourns, families and individuals enjoy on-the-water recreational and educational activities. Evening programs focus on historical, cultural, and environmental topics related to the rivers and the Chesapeake region. Each trip is designed to highlight that particular river’s beauty while exploring an issue or issues germane to the local waterway.

    If you are interested in being a safety boater for our trip or have kayak safety training already, please let me know via email: cstephens@allianceforthebay.org. (New safety boaters are required to attend a training and can join our sojourn for free!)

    LOCATION: Calvert County and St. Mary’s County, Maryland along the Patuxent River

    PRICE: Registration is $150 per adult, and $50 per youth

    EQUIPMENT: Registration does not include kayak rental

    ITINERARY: We will paddle approximately 22 miles, spread throughout two days, and camp out overnight.

    Visit this website for more info and to register: https://www.allianceforthebay.org/news-and-events/2017-chesapeake-sojourn 

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    Last call to register for the Smithfield, VA Forum on June 21st!

    It’s your last chance to register for the Smithfield, VA Forum on June 21st! Register Now!
    Learn more and download the agenda here: http://businesses.allianceforthebay.org/event/6-21-2017-va-forum/
    The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay’s ForumPlus and Businesses for the Bay programs are teaming up to host a joint Forum in Smithfield, Virginia on June 21st.

    The combined Forum aims to provide a space for business professionals and watershed, conservation, and community groups to come together in a day of discussion surrounding local environmental issues, sea level rise, and coastal resiliency in the region.

    The Keynote Speaker for the Smithfield Forum is Brian Ballard, the Regional Community Plans and Liaison Officer for the U.S. Navy. We will also hear from representatives from the Chrysler Museum of Art, Old Dominion University, Smithfield Foods, and the Sentara Norfolk General Hospital about what they are doing to combat sea level rise and other environmental issues at their facilities. Click here to read the full agenda.

    Registration (including lunch) is free for NGOs, Students, Governments, and Businesses for the Bay Members and Sponsors, and $15 for other businesses.

    Click here to register now!

    For more information about the Forum, visit the Businesses for the Bay website, or contact Corinne Stephens at cstephens@allianceforthebay.org.

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    Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay’s June 21st Smithfield, VA Forum

    Don’t miss the Smithfield, VA Forum on June 21st! Register Now!
    The Forum aims to provide a space for business professionals and watershed, conservation, and community groups to come together in a day of discussion surrounding local environmental issues, sea level rise, and coastal resiliency in the region.

    The Keynote Speaker for the Smithfield Forum is Brian Ballard, the Regional Community Plans and Liaison Officer for the U.S. Navy. We will also hear from representatives from the Chrysler Museum of Art, Old Dominion University, Smithfield Foods, and the Sentara Norfolk General Hospital about what they are doing to combat sea level rise and other environmental issues at their facilities.

    The Forum will include group breakout sessions, plenty of opportunity for networking and idea sharing, resources for funding and partnerships, and more!

    Registration (including lunch) is free for NGOs, Students, Governments, and Businesses for the Bay Members and Sponsors, and $15 for other businesses.

    Register and Learn more here: http://businesses.allianceforthebay.org/event/6-21-2017-va-forum/

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    Free Lunch and Learn Webinar: The Business of the Watershed

    Join the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay and our Businesses for the Bay Networking Partner, Chesapeake Bay Program, for the free lunch and learn webinar The Business of the Watershed at noon(ET) on June 28. Learn all about the Chesapeake Bay Program, the Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement, its goals and outcomes, and how your business can make a difference. Participants will also learn how Businesses for the Bay Members are working towards all five themes of the Watershed Agreement right now!

    The business community plays an invaluable role in sustaining the health of the Chesapeake Bay and its watershed, and corporate responsibility is a crucial part of business success.  A healthier, vibrant bay and its tributaries is a top priority for everyone in the watershed. In the Chesapeake watershed, that corporate responsibility often focuses on sustainability, which is driven by the Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement and its goals.  But what are those goals?  How does my business fit into the goals?  What practices am I doing that contribute to these efforts?  How exactly do I make that happen?  Why is this important? Join your colleagues and other watershed businesses to find out in this free webinar.

    Learn more and register here: http://businesses.allianceforthebay.org/event/6-28-17-webinar-business-watershed/

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    Caminata en el Bosque de Sligo Creek (Guided tour in Sligo Creek Park)

    Friends of Sligo Creek Present: Caminata en el Bosque de Sligo Creek (en Español con Jorge Bogantes Montero)

    Sábado, el 20 de Mayo, 9:30am – 11:30am
    Maple Ave y Sligo Creek Parkway, Ride-On 12, 18 o 25 cerca del Hospital Washington Adventista

    Por primera vez, estaremos ofreciendo una caminata guiada en español acerca de la ecología de Sligo Creek (el Arroyo Sligo), los participantes podrán aprender acerca de las plantas y animales que habitan los bosques protegidos de este arroyo urbano. Jorge Bogantes Montero de la Anacostia Watershed Society será el guía de esta caminata.

    Para mas información, contacta a Jorge: (202) 560-6107.

    Para ver un mapa de nuestro lugar de partida, por favor mire aquí : http://www.fosc.org/Images/caminata.jpg

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    Smithfield, VA Forum: Linking Communities, Businesses, and Waterway Protection

    SAVE THE DATE!!

    The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay’s ForumPlus and Businesses for the Bay programs are teaming up to host a joint Forum in Smithfield, Virginia on June 21st. The combined Forum aims to provide a space for business professionals and watershed, conservation, and community groups to come together in a day of discussion surrounding local environmental issues, sea level rise, and coastal resiliency in the region. The Forum will offer concrete examples of ways that landowners–businesses, organizations, or residents–can help to mitigate for the coming changes. The Forum promotes collaboration, innovation, and commitment to a clean and healthy watershed, and will provide a space for networking, sharing resources, and brainstorming.

    More info and an agenda are coming soon and will be posted on the website:  http://businesses.allianceforthebay.org/event/6-21-2017-va-forum

    Download the Smithfield VA Forum 2017 Save the Date

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    Bike Ride for Clean Water: From the Headwaters of Sligo Creek to the Anacostia River

    Join a guided bike tour of Sligo Creek Park and beyond and explore some of its natural treasures on our second “Bike Ride for Clean Water: From the Headwaters of Sligo Creek to the Anacostia” on Sunday, June 4. (In case of rain, the ride will be postponed until Sunday, June 11.) This is a great way to kick-off Chesapeake Bay Awareness Week!

    The ride starts at the headwaters of Sligo Creek, where Channing Drive meets Sligo Creek Park, near Arcola Elementary School in Silver Spring, MD. Our route follows the paved hiker-biker trail as well as sections of the Parkway closed to automobile traffic during the ride. It continues on the Anacostia Trail Tributary System to Bladensburg Waterfront Park, where cyclists can enjoy refreshments and light fare, a brief expert talk on our watershed, and a scenic pontoon boat ride on the Anacostia River (free).
    We’ll then lead returning riders back up the trail by bike. You can also arrange your own return transportation. (The West Hyattsville Metro is about one mile north of Bladensburg Park.)

    Advance registration is required by emailing FoscBikeRide@gmail.com no later than June 1. Registrants will receive a route map and guide, event details and logistics, and priority sign-up for the guided boat tour.

    Celebrate Chesapeake Bay Awareness Week and the Chesapeake Bay (and its watersheds) by experiencing how Sligo Creek links to the Anacostia River, which ultimately drains into the Bay. This event is made possible by a grant from the Chesapeake Bay Trust through the Water Quality Protection Charge Program of the Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection.

     
    Bikers on the June 2016 ride stop to hear about Sligo’s history and 
    natural features from co-leader Kathleen Samiy. (Vorce photo)

    For more information, emailFoscBikeRide@gmail.com.
     

     

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    Back to the Bay

    Don’t miss the inaugural Back to the Bay event on June 10th!

    Back To the Bay
    Click here to sponsor the event and register for an exhibit

    Celebrate Chesapeake Bay Awareness Week and don’t miss the inaugural Back to the Bay on Saturday, June 10, 2017, at Mason Neck State Park in Northern Virginia. This event is held annually the second Saturday of June. Back to the Bay was created to raise public awareness of the Chesapeake Bay and Virginia’s rivers and streams and to engage the community and local businesses. This special day is also meant to teach families, students and educators about Bay restoration activities while as they enjoy live entertainment, local food and beverages and outdoor family-friendly activities. 

    Saturday, June 10, 2017
    10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
    Mason Neck State Park
    7301 High Point Road, Lorton, VA 22079
    Click here for directions and information about the park.

     
    Sponsorship Opportunities
    Has your business, organization, or agency contributed to Chesapeake Bay awareness and restoration efforts that you would like to spotlight? Join us by becoming a Back to the Bay sponsor and let us share and highlight your story as we rally others to support the Chesapeake Bay and its watershed rivers and streams! As a Back to the Bay sponsor, you will help promote Bay restoration and protection and enjoy a unique recognition opportunity at a day of fun that guests will not forget! Back to the Bay Sponsors will receive a 12 month Businesses for the Bay membership for free!

    Deadline for sponsorships: June 1, 2017

    To download information about sponsorship levels and benefits, please click here

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    Potential Host, Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay, seeks applicants for Chesapeake Conservation Corps Position

    The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay is a 2017-2018 Chesapeake Conservation Corps Host Applicant! 

    The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay seeks a Corps Volunteer to help manage, grow, and market the Businesses for the Bay Membership Association.If you are interested in being matched with the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay, please see the attached position description. 

    The Corps Program provides hands-on entry level experience and leadership opportunities as a stepping stone to a career in their chosen field. Not only are the participants working fulltime at their selected host site, but they also receive extensive leadership and professional development trainings. The Corps Program places young adults 18-25 with nonprofit or government agencies to work fulltime in the environmental field for a one-year term of paid service in the Chesapeake Bay region ($17,000 annual stipend). This initiative is supported by the Trust, Constellation Energy, the National Park Service and the state of Maryland.

    The Chesapeake Bay Trust anticipates placing around 30-35 Corps Members, young adults 18-25, with nonprofit organizations and government agencies throughout the Mid-Atlantic region for a paid year of service ($17,000) beginning on August 22, 2017.  To find the application go to https://cbtrust.org/prospective/.  For any questions about becoming a volunteer or about the Chesapeake Conservation Corps, contact Senior Program Officer Tara Baker, tbaker@cbtrust.org or 410-974-2941, ext. 102.

    Applications must be submitted through the Trust’s online system by April 14, 2017 at 5:00 pm.

     

     

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    Assistant Director for Development

    I am just the messenger for a friend. The Chesapeake Biological Laboratory is hiring.

    http://www.umces.edu/cbl/job/assistant-director-development

    Assistant Director for Development

    Closing Date:

    12/15/2016

    Assistant Director for Development

    The Chesapeake Biological Laboratory (CBL), the founding laboratory of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science (UMCES), seeks a professional to continue and expand its development program. CBL conducts cutting edge environmental research that leads to new discoveries and informs environmental policy, trains graduate students to be the next generation of environmental leaders, and undertakes outreach to the community.

    Based in Solomons, MD and reporting to the CBL Director and the UMCES Vice President for Institutional Advancement, you will lead CBL’s fundraising, marketing and communication efforts to elevate and diversify our funding base through the identification and cultivation of corporate, foundation and individual donors. You should have experience in creating, managing and implementing a successful development program and designing and creating development materials. The ability to think creatively, an entrepreneurial spirit, strong interpersonal and organizational skills, sound judgment and discretion are required. Experience in higher education fundraising and hands-on experience with donor database/software and institutional social media is desirable.

    The AD for Development will serve as a member of the CBL Executive Leadership Team, and on various campus and community committees and councils. The AD for Development will interface effectively and proactively with faculty, administrators, donors/volunteers and members of the press.

    A Bachelor’s degree and three to four years of successful development and fundraising experience are required. The ability to work evening and weekend work-related activities and events is required.

    This is a Contractual Contingent II position and continuation of the position is based on funding availability. To apply, please send your cover letter, resume and an example of a development product, along with three professional references to: personnel@cbl.umces.edu, with Development in the subject line. All materials should be submitted by email as a single pdf file. Applications received by 12/15/2016 will receive full consideration. A competitive compensation package is provided that includes health benefits and retirement options. UMCES is an EO/AA Employer. Individuals with disabilities, veterans, minorities and women are encouraged to apply.

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    1 Month Left to SAVE 50% off your Businesses for the Bay Membership

    B4B 2016 fall saving flyer

    Join Us! Businesses for the Bay is almost a year old!

    Celebrate with fall savings: 50% off Businesses for the Bay annual membership dues until November 30, 2016

     

    Taking care of the environment is becoming a new way of doing business. Businesses for the Bay membership can help you engage your colleagues in your company’s social and environmental sustainability goals.

    If you are thinking of joining Businesses for the Bay, now is the time to do so! There is just one month left to take advantage of this incredible sale.

    Businesses for the Bay provides businesses with a forum where they can make their voices heard, share best practices, facilitate volunteer opportunities for employees, save money, reach social and environmental sustainability goals, and promote environmental efforts that are important to them, their customers, and their communities. Join our members that are already working on over 170 actions that help protect our rivers, streams, and habitats!

     

    To learn more about Businesses for the Bay, please visit http://businesses.allianceforthebay.org or email me at cstephens@allianceforthebay.org

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    CHESAPEAKE BUSINESS FORUM: Linking Businesses and Waterway Protection

    2016 PA Chesapeake Business Forum- Invitation

    Register NOW for the CHESAPEAKE BUSINESS FORUM: Linking Businesses and Waterway Protection on Wednesday, December 7, 2016 in Lancaster, PA

    Gather with other business leaders in the region to share environmental challenges and successes, develop sustainable solutions that support local waterway and land protection, identify needs, and learn about Businesses for the Bay.

    Speakers include Dante Parrini (Glatfelter Chairman & CEO), Philip Wenger (Lancaster County Conservancy CEO and Founder of Isaac’s Famous Grilled Sandwiches), Kelly Gutshall (LandStudies President), Jim MacKenzie (Octoraro Native Plant Nursery President), and Robert Manbeck (SUEZ Pennsylvania Operations Public Affairs Manager).

    Register Now!
    More info about the Forum, including how to register, is posted here: http://businesses.allianceforthebay.org/event/chesapeake-business-forum-12-7-16

    To learn more about Businesses for the Bay, please visit http://businesses.allianceforthebay.org or email me at cstephens@allianceforthebay.org.

     

    Download the invitation by clicking here

     

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    Save The Date: Dec 7 Business Forum in Lancaster, PA

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    Save the Date!

    CHESAPEAKE BUSINESS FORUM: Linking Businesses and Waterway Protection
    Wednesday, December 7, 2016
    Lancaster County Conservancy’s Susquehanna Riverlands Research and Education Center at Climbers Run Preserve

    Gather with other business leaders in the region to share environmental challenges and successes, develop sustainable solutions that support local waterway and land protection, identify needs, and learn about Businesses for the Bay. http://businesses.allianceforthebay.org/event/chesapeake-business-forum-12-7-16/

     

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    Fall Into Savings: 50% off your Businesses for the Bay Membership!

    B4B 2016 fall saving flyer

    Join Us! If you have been thinking of joining Businesses for the Bay, now is the time to do so.

    Businesses for the Bay is almost a year old!

    Celebrate with fall savings.

    50% off all Businesses for the Bay annual membership fees now until November 30, 2016

    To learn more about Businesses for the Bay, please visit http://businesses.allianceforthebay.org or email me at cstephens@allianceforthebay.org

     

    Businesses for the Bay is an Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay membership association designed by businesses for businesses. Its mission is to encourage businesses throughout the Chesapeake region to find voluntary, innovative, and measurable solutions to improve water quality and the health of the Chesapeake rivers and streams, and to raise public understanding of the valuable role these business members play in environmental restoration. This program provides businesses with a forum where they can make their voices heard, share best practices, facilitate environmental stewardship volunteer opportunities for employees, potentially save money, reach social and sustainability goals, and promote environmental efforts that are important to them, their customers, and their communities. Through Businesses for the Bay, the Alliance spotlights the valuable role each Member is playing in local restoration efforts. This is our website: http://businesses.allianceforthebay.org.

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    Register Now! Only 15 more spots available for Chesapeake Business Forum

    Join Us!

    The Chesapeake Business Forum is only 1 week away!

    Wednesday, August 17, 2016 at 10am

    Luck Companies Learning Center

    515 Stone Mill Drive, Manakin-Sabot, VA 23103

     

    Don’t miss out; there are only 15 spots left for the upcoming Chesapeake Business Forum. Please register by Monday, August 15, as walk-in registration is not available.

    Gather with other regional leaders at this Forum, to learn about business environmental sustainability goals, share environmental challenges and successes, identify needs, develop sustainable solutions that support local river and stream protection, and learn more about the Businesses for the Bay membership association.

    Engage with business, non-profit, and government leaders and network with Businesses for the Bay Members, Sponsors, and Partners, including our Keynote Speaker and Businesses for the Bay Networking Partner, Dr. Jorge Ribas, President & CEO of the Mid-Atlantic Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

    For more info and to register, please visit: 

    http://businesses.allianceforthebay.org/event/2016-virginia-chesapeake-business-forum-linking-businesses-chesapeake-bay/ 

    Lunch is included with your registration

    $15 for Businesses for the Bay Members
    $20 for Businesses for the Bay Non-Members

    If you are interested in learning more about the Chesapeake Business Forum or Businesses for the Bay, please email me at cstephens@allianceforthebay.org.

    Many thanks to everyone who already registered.

    I look forward to seeing you at the Forum!

    Corinne Stephens, Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay Business Partnerships Manager

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    2016 VA Chesapeake Business Forum invitation

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    Register now for the 2016 Virginia Chesapeake Business Forum

    2016 VA Chesapeake Business Forum invitation flyer

    Learn more and register for the Business Forum here: http://businesses.allianceforthebay.org/event/2016-virginia-chesapeake-business-forum-linking-businesses-chesapeake-bay/

    Gather with other regional business leaders, from organizations both large and small, to share environmental challenges and successes, learn more about environmental sustainability goals, identify needs, develop sustainable solutions that support the protection of local rivers and streams, and learn more about the Businesses for the Bay membership association. Engage with business, non-profit, and government leaders and network with Businesses for the Bay Members, Sponsors, and Partners.

    Registration and networking will begin at 10am. The program starts at 10:30am.  

    Our Keynote Speaker is Dr. Jorge Ribas, President & CEO of the Mid-Atlantic Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. We’ll also hear from Brian Herrington, Esq., Director of Government Affairs at The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company. Brian will discuss the background and development of Scotts Miracle-Gro’s “Water Positive Landscapes” Initiative program (one of Businesses for the Bay’s newest partnerships!)

    The event will conclude with an interactive tour of the Luck Companies – Corporate Campus’ green initiatives.

    Lunch is included with your registration
    $15 for Businesses for the Bay Members
    $20 for Businesses for the Bay Non-Members

    Businesses for the Bay is an Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay program designed by businesses for businesses. Its mission is to encourage businesses throughout the Chesapeake region to find voluntary, innovative, and measurable solutions to improve water quality and the health of the Chesapeake Bay rivers and streams, and to raise public understanding of the valuable role these business members play in the Bay restoration. This program provides businesses with a forum where they can make their voices heard, share best practices, facilitate environmental stewardship volunteer opportunities for employees, and promote environmental efforts that are important to them, their customers, and their communities.

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    Virginia Chesapeake Business Forum

    Please Save the Date!

    The Virginia Chesapeake Business Forum: 

    Linking Businesses and the Chesapeake Bay

    is planned for August 17, 2016 

    at the Luck Companies Learning Center in Richmond, VA.

    Registration info is coming soon!

     

    For more info, please visit: 

    http://businesses.allianceforthebay.org/event/2016-virginia-chesapeake-business-forum-linking-businesses-chesapeake-bay/ 

     

    Gather with other regional business leaders at this Forum, to share environmental challenges and successes, learn more about environmental sustainability goals, identify needs, develop sustainable solutions that support Chesapeake Bay restoration, and learn more about the Businesses for the Bay membership association. Engage with business, non-profit, and government leaders and network with Businesses for the Bay Members, Sponsors, and Partners.

    Our Keynote Speaker is Dr. Jorge Ribas, President & CEO of the Mid-Atlantic Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.

    If you are interested in learning more about the Chesapeake Business Forum or Businesses for the Bay, please email me at cstephens@allianceforthebay.org.

    Hope to see you at the Forum!

    Corinne Stephens, Business Partnerships Manager

    Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay

    cstephens@allianceforthebay.org

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    Maryland Chesapeake Business Forum

    Chesapeake Business Forum May 24, 2016 invitation

    Do you own or work for a business in the Chesapeake Bay watershed?
    Do you love the Bay and its creeks, rivers, and streams?

    You’re Invited!

    The Maryland Chesapeake Business Forum:
    Linking Businesses and the Chesapeake Bay

    is a week away on

    May 24, 2016 from 2:30pm- 5:30pm
    at the Loews Annapolis Hotel in Annapolis, MD.

    Registration is $10.

     

    For more info and to register, please visit: http://businesses.allianceforthebay.org/event/5-24-2016chesapeake-business-forum

    Gather with other regional business leaders at this Forum, to share environmental challenges and successes, learn more about environmental sustainability goals, identify needs, develop sustainable solutions that support Chesapeake Bay restoration, and learn more about the Businesses for the Bay membership association. Engage with business, non-profit, and government leaders and network with Businesses for the Bay Members, Sponsors, and Partners.

    FYI: The Business Forum will take place during the Choose Clean Water Coalition Conference, Clean Water: Bridging to New Partnerships. Conference attendees may attend the Business Forum for FREE (and do not need to register separately).

    If you are interested in learning more about the Chesapeake Business Forum or Businesses for the Bay, please email me at cstephens@allianceforthebay.org.

    Hope to see you at the Forum!

    Corinne

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    Chesapeake Business Forum May 24, 2016 invitation
    You’re invited: Chesapeake Business Forum, May 24, 2016 in Annapolis, MD, 2:30pm.
    Do you own or work for a business in the Chesapeake Bay watershed?
    Do you love the Bay and its creeks, rivers, and streams?

    You are invited to the Chesapeake Business Forum on May 24, 2016 in Annapolis, MD.

    We have some great speakers lined up, including Businesses for the Bay Member, Mark Southerland, Ph.D., Vice President of AKRF, Inc. and Ben Savage, President of the Maryland Brewers Association and Director of Marketing for Flying Dog. I’m thrilled that our Keynote Speaker is Dr. Lenneal Henderson, Distinguished Professor, Emeritus, University of Baltimore’s College of Public Affairs.

    Please visit this website for more info and to register: http://businesses.allianceforthebay.org/event/5-24-2016chesapeake-business-forum/

    FYI: The Business Forum will take place during the Choose Clean Water Coalition Conference, Clean Water: Bridging to New Partnerships. Conference attendees may attend the Business Forum for FREE (and do not need to register separately).

    Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks and I hope to see you at the Forum!

    Corinne Stephens, Alliance Business Partnerships Manager

    B4B@allianceforthebay.org

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    Join the new Businesses for the Bay!

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    Do you own or work for a business in the Chesapeake Bay watershed?

    Do you love the Bay and its creeks, rivers and streams?

    Announcing Businesses for the Bay!

    The Alliance just launched this unique volunteer partnership to help businesses take environmental action and be recognized for it!

    Become a member! Become a Sponsor!

    Sign up by April 1 to be recognized as a Founding Member!

    Learn more at: http://bit.ly/1TECtBb

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