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  • enc121
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    Posted September 29, 2020

    October 15, 2020: Upper and Middle James Riparian Buffer Summit

    The first Upper and Middle Riparian Consortium Buffer Summit last year was a huge success, and we are excited to share and learn from each other again this year. The online Buffer Summit will be held virtually on Thursday, October 15, 2020 from 9:00 am – 2:00 pm (with breaks). The agenda includes several stellar…

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  • wendy@forevermaryland.org
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    Posted September 29, 2020

    Conservation Program & Policy Director- Forever Maryland Foundation

    Forever Maryland Foundation is looking for a passionate and engaging Conservation Program & Policy Director to serve as a member of the organization’s senior leadership team as Forever Maryland develops, prioritizes, and executes its initial conservation programs and services, public policy positions, advocacy roles and education and outreach initiatives. The ideal candidate will be excited…

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  • wendy@forevermaryland.org
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    Posted September 29, 2020

    Vice President for Advancement- Forever Maryland Foundation

    Forever Maryland Foundation seeks a dynamic individual with an entrepreneurial and passionate spirit for the role of Vice President of Advancement, to create and propel a powerful fundraising and communications & marketing program that inspires broad engagement and sustained philanthropic investment. This position reports to the President and serves as the chief advancement officer. This…

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  • Kathryn Reshetiloff
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    Posted September 29, 2020

    One person’s trash is another person’s treasure: How dredged sediments can help rebuild drowning coastal marshes

    Tidal salt marshes are defined by frequent tidal flooding, unique plant communities, and the ability to trap valuable sediments that build the marsh itself. While they are adapted to the natural ebb and flow of the tide, sea-level rise and other threats are changing the frequency and duration of flooding. This story map illustrates how,…

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  • CRogelio
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    Chesapeake Network
    Posted September 29, 2020

    October 8, 2020: What’s Under the Topsoil?

      Dr. Geraldine N. Vega, a soil scientist for the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, takes us on an tour of the wide diversity of soils on earth. Please join the Audubon Naturalist Society for a virtual talk about the formation of a living environment told by layers and colors under the topsoil, and learn how…

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  • CRogelio
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    Posted September 29, 2020

    October 7, 2020: #WhatsInTheWater and How It Haunts Us

      The Anacostia Riverkeeper, Trey Sherard, takes us on a journey to explore the spooky things we can’t see in our waters, perfect for this Halloween. Please join Audubon Naturalist Society for a virtual talk about the bacteria that protect and pollute our waters, and learn about bacteria and their relationship to water quality in…

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  • Bud Reaves
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    Anne Arundel Watershed Stewards Academy
    Posted September 29, 2020

    Weed Warriors Needed

    The Scenic Rivers Land Trust is asking for help inventorying the invasive plants along the trails at Bacon Ridge Natural Area in Crownsville, MD.  Volunteers will be asked to select a length of the the trail and record what invasive plant species they can observe and identify and record them in the MAEDN app.  For…

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    Posted September 29, 2020

    October 6, 2020: Who are You Really? Masters of Mimicry and Deception in the Insect World

    Dr. Clare Walker, who is an educator at the Irvine Nature Center, gets us up close and personal with Nature’s masters of deceit. From appearance to behavior, insects have developed elaborate ruses to deceive potential predators. Discover who is faking it, who is not faking it, and why some caterpillars squeak! Please join Audubon Naturalist…

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  • UMCESChesapeakeBiologyLab
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    Posted September 29, 2020

    October 6, 2020: Striped Bass are Built for Success: Weathering pollution, climate change, & their own charismatic stripes

    FREE public webinar. Chesapeake Bay striped bass move up and down the Atlantic coast from their estuarine birthplace. Until recently we have only seen glimpses of this movement when tagged fish are caught by anglers or scientists. Now with electronic transmitters embedded in the tummies, or chemical tracers in bones in their ears we can…

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  • CBF Employment
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    Chesapeake Network
    Posted September 29, 2020

    Campaign Financial and Administrative Coordinator- Chesapeake Bay Foundation

    The Chesapeake Bay Foundation seeks a Campaign Financial and Administrative Coordinator to be based at its Philip Merrill Environmental Center headquarters located in Annapolis, MD. THE CHESAPEAKE BAY FOUNDATION Established in 1967, the Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) is the largest regional nonprofit conservation organization dedicated to saving the Chesapeake Bay, its rivers and streams, and…

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