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Senior Development Manager – Lancaster Conservancy

The Senior Development Manager joins the Lancaster Conservancy’s Community Impact Department to support the organization’s annual and special campaign fundraising efforts. Priorities include building and stewarding strong relationships with the Conservancy supporters and prospects to secure philanthropic contributions including individual gifts, legacy gifts, annual fund contributions, foundation grants, corporate support, and special campaign donations to…

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Matt Weber added a new Job

Posted June 25, 2024 | Topic: ,

Restoration Project Manager / Env Protection Specialist – DC Gov

This position is in the Natural Resources Administration, Watershed Protection Division, Restoration Branch, of the DC Department of Energy and Environment (DOEE). The person selected for this position will manage watershed protection and stormwater management projects. Specifically, they will manage an Innovative Low Impact Development (LID) program. The purpose of this program is to solicit…

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Beth Wasden added a new Job

Posted June 25, 2024 | Topic:

Autumn Green Infrastructure Intern – Nanticoke Watershed Alliance (NWA)

Nanticoke Watershed Alliance (NWA) is a nonprofit that operates within the Nanticoke River watershed. NWA is currently seeking one Green Infrastructure Intern to join the team in autumn 2024. The autumn intern will work on average two days or 14 hours per week. Most work will take place on Wednesdays and Fridays. GI Interns will…

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Posted June 25, 2024 | Topic: ,

SENIOR DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT | ROCK CREEK CONSERVANCY (BETHESDA, MD)

Title:  Senior Director of Development Location: Hybrid: at least two days per week in Bethesda office is required; this role also will require regular time at project sites throughout Rock Creek Park and other regional locations Reports to:  Executive Director Type: Full-time   Position Overview:  Rock Creek Conservancy is a small, but growing nonprofit that…

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Climate and Environmental Educator – Howard County Conservancy

Climate and Environmental Educator Full Time Position The Howard County Conservancy is looking for a dynamic educator with an ability to engage young people in environmental and climate science. Experience working on and a strong passion for climate justice is a plus. In addition to hands-on teaching, this position plans events, recruits and manages partners…

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JayeHughes added a new Job

Posted June 25, 2024 | Topic:

Youth Resilience Educator – Elizabeth River Project

Join the Elizabeth River Project, a leading Virginia environmental non-profit, as our Youth Resilience Educator! We are seeking a dynamic individual passionate about education and the environment. This role involves teaching students, providing teacher training, and assisting with various educational programs. Key Responsibilities: Educate K-12 students through hands-on activities and outdoor field investigations, which are…

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NaturalHistorySocietyofMaryland added a new Event

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Sunday, 07/21/2024: SharkFest 2024 (Baltimore, MD)

Come to the shark side for a chompin’ good time at SharkFest sponsored by the Natural History Society of Maryland! Learn about one of the most successful creatures ever living on our planet. Explore fossil and shark teeth collections, learn about shark behavior and anatomy from experts, and marvel at the apex predator of modern…

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mberry.csn added a new Event

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Wednesday, 08/07/2024: True Resilience: Using a Neighborhood’s Stormwater Challenges to Build Community

Over the past five years, the Community Ecology Institute has worked in close collaboration with multiple funding and community partners to improve flooding resilience in the neighborhood surrounding its Freetown Farm location. This presentation will cover the stormwater challenge we inherited, how we secured hundreds of thousands of dollars in grants to address them, and…

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Wednesday, 07/24/2024: Thermal Evaluation of Upland Stormwater BMPs: Impact of Design Modifications to Buffer Stream Temperatures in Urbanized Watersheds

Thermal pollution from urbanization and ponding of water in stormwater management facilities is a known detriment to the biological functionality of streams. Section 502(6) of the Clean Water Act considers heat as a pollutant, and temperature continues to be a focus of the category 5 listings within MDE’s integrated report. Currently, typical stormwater retrofit designs…

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Wednesday, 07/17/2024: The Threat of Climate Change to Urban Stormwater Infrastructure

Extreme events throughout the USA and the world have become mainstream news, causing tens and hundreds of millions of dollars in damage, not to mention the environmental impacts. The current design methodology is based on historical rainfall patterns and our aging infrastructure was never designed to meet the demands of current and future potential storms….

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