MD Watershed Network

Maryland Forest Action Plan open for comment

The DRAFT Maryland Forest Action Plan is open for public review and comment through November 16, 2020.  Revisions from the 2010 and 2015 plans were made following six statewide listening sessions in May 2019, reference to the State Wildlife Action Plan, and additional presentations to stakeholder groups. Comments can be submitted through the online portal on the website:…

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Stormwater Seminar – TODAY’S THE LAST DAY!

TODAY IS THE FINAL DAY TO SUBMIT ABSTRACTS! Today is the final day to submit abstracts for the CWEA Stormwater Committee’s 2020 virtual seminar – Catching the Next Storm: Leveraging Decades of Experience to Meet Future MS4 Requirements. Topics include but are not limited to: illicit discharge detection and elimination, integrated water planning, emerging pollutants,…

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Stormwater Seminar – CALL FOR ABSTRACTS DEADLINE OCTOBER 5th

Catching the Next Storm: Leveraging Decades of Experience to Meet Future MS4 Requirements Event date: December 9th and 10th There’s still time to submit your abstract! Abstracts due October 5th. The CWEA Stormwater Committee is hosting a virtual seminar. The purpose of the seminar is to share proven and/or innovative strategies to facilitate stormwater program…

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Chesapeake Water Environment Association – CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

Catching the Next Storm: Leveraging Decades of Experience to Meet Future MS4 Requirements December 9th and 10th   The CWEA Stormwater Committee is hosting a virtual seminar. We are currently soliciting abstracts through October 5th. The purpose of this seminar is to share proven and/or innovative strategies to facilitate stormwater program success. Topics include but…

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Chesapeake Tree Stewards Online Training: October 14, 21, 28 & November 4

Chesapeake Tree Stewards is a new initiative from the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay, the Maryland Forest Service and local partners developed to promote, enhance and increase tree canopy coverage in our urban and suburban environments by training and supporting community volunteers in proper tree planting and tree care practices. This four session online training…

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Nominations Due for Champions of the Chesapeake 2020

Chesapeake Conservancy Champions Of The Chesapeake Bay Nominations Due Sept. 26   The Chesapeake Conservancy is now accepting nominations for the 2020 Champions Of The Chesapeake Bay Awards through September 26. Now more than ever, we need a hero. And not just any hero – we need a Champion of the Chesapeake. Everyday, people are making…

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The Chesapeake Bay Trust and Chesapeake Bay Funders Network are offering a FREE Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Training Opportunity

Subject/title: The Chesapeake Bay Trust and Chesapeake Bay Funders Network are offering a FREE Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Training Opportunity Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Training Opportunity – Organizational Leadership and Leadership Culture  The Chesapeake Bay Trust and the Chesapeake Bay Funders Network, through the Capacity Building Initiative, will offer two Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Trainings,…

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CWEA Stormwater Seminar – It’s way too salty around here!

There’s still time to register! The CWEA Stormwater Committee is hosting a webinar this Thursday (9/10) from 12-1PM. Participants will receive 1.0 PDH for attendance. Speaker: Greg Sandi from MDE. Webinar Abstract: Since the 1980’s, Maryland has seen a steady increase in the pollution from salt applied to our impervious areas throughout the State. It’s…

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Oak Decline reporting application in Anne Arundel County

Anne Arundel County Department of Inspections and Permits has added a feature to its webpage to allow citizens to report ailing and diseased red and white oak trees. Oak decline is a growing phenomenon throughout the Mid-Atlantic region whereby forest managers and arborists are seeing a large number of oak trees dying. There are many…

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The Chesapeake Bay Trust invites you to a Baltimore City Virtual Grant Workshop on June 17th!

The Chesapeake Bay Trust (Trust) recently announced the opening of the Outreach and Restoration Grant Program in partnership with Baltimore City Department of Public Works to fund projects that improve communities, reduce polluted runoff, and improve or create local natural resources like green spaces, parks, tree canopy, and more. To assist potential grant applicants, the…

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