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  • sroth
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    Posted June 18, 2021

    Water Data Collaborative Growth Consultant- The Commons

    The Commons, on behalf of the Water Data Collaborative (WDC), is requesting proposals for a Growth and Fundraising Consultant for an expected three (3) month engagement. The consultant would provide key support to the Collaborative’s five-member Steering Committee in developing a collaborative fundraising model that defines parameters and strategies for how we fundraise as a…

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  • sroth
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    Posted June 18, 2021

    Water Data Collaborative Program Coordinator – The Commons

    The Commons, on behalf of the Water Data Collaborative (WDC) is requesting proposals for a Program Coordinator for an expected twelve month engagement. The Program Coordinator will provide key support to WDC’s Steering Committee in the administration and strategic development. The Program Coordinator will be the liaison between all member organizations and provide the necessary…

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  • mariahdavis
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    Posted June 17, 2021

    RFP: Young Professionals of Color Program

    June 17, 2021 Request for Bids from the Choose Clean Water Coalition The Choose Clean Water Coalition is seeking a seasoned professional development and/or organizational change consultant with demonstrated experience in providing mid-level and senior staff trainings that enhance diversity, equity, and inclusion competency. About Choose Clean Water Coalition The Choose Clean Water Coalition was…

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  • Mrs. Virginia Witmer
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    Posted June 17, 2021

    Virtual Mid-Atlantic Marine Debris Summit – July 20-22, 2021

    Together we are all responsible for the marine debris that flows into the Mid-Atlantic Ocean and together we must all pitch in to stop that flow.  Each state, agency, community, organization and individual must help if we are to succeed. The types of litter and sources of marine debris are myriad – consumer and single-use plastics, microfibers…

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  • Laurens Gardens
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    Posted June 17, 2021

    Saturday, June 19, 2021: Native Plant Sale at Lauren’s Garden Service (Glenwood, MD)

    We’ve decided to continue our Saturday hours through the end of June! We carry a variety of native and locally grown plants, are passionate about supporting pollinators, and are happy to share our knowledge of sustainable gardening practices. Lauren’s Garden Service is proud to participate in Howard County Bee City’s Pollinator Week by offering pre-selected…

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  • LaurenHuey
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    Posted June 16, 2021

    Wednesday, June 23, 2021: Join Us for Chesapeake Research Consortium Roundtable – A Lunchtime Webinar Series

    Our community within the Chesapeake Bay watershed includes tens of thousands of people who identify as American Indian. We all have a common goal of restoring and protecting the Chesapeake Bay and its watershed. How can we better listen to, engage with, and support the restoration work that American Indian communities are doing? Join us…

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  • CarolHarris
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    Posted June 16, 2021

    Saturday, July 10, 2021: Herbal Medicine with Native Plants (Edinburg Va)

    Learn the basics of herbal medicine using native plants, at the pilot plot for Sustainability Matters’ “Making Trash Bloom” project Herbalism at a landfill?! Yes! Join conservation nonprofit Sustainability Matters at our “Making Trash Bloom” project at the Shenandoah County Landfill, and learn the basics of herbal medicine using native perennials. The workshop will be…

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  • CarolHarris
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    Posted June 16, 2021

    Thursday, June 24, 2021: Plants & Pollinators: a Family Workshop (Edinburg Virginia )

    Bring the kids to learn why you should care about native plants and pollinators that eat them Bring the kids to see the pilot plot for “Making Trash Bloom”, a partnership between conservation nonprofit Sustainability Matters and the Shenandoah County Landfill, and learn about why native plants and the pollinators that eat them matter so…

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  • CRogelio
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    Posted June 15, 2021

    Tuesday, June 22, 2021: River Herring Conservation in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed (hosted by Audubon Naturalist Society)

    Naturalist Hour   Dr. Mathew Ogburn, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center Senior Scientist, will share the amazing life history of river herring! Each spring, millions of river herring swim from the ocean to spawn in streams throughout the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. While that sounds like a lot of fish, their current numbers are only a small…

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  • Jennifer Zielinski Missett
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    Posted June 15, 2021

    Junior Water Resources Engineer – Biohabitats, Inc. (Baltimore, MD)

    We are seeking a Junior Water Resources Engineer passionate about the environment and interested in integrating ecology and design. Work will consist of public, private, and institutional projects throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, including stream and wetland restoration, dam removal/fish passage, stormwater management assessment and design, and watershed assessment.

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