CBP Communications Workgroup

Job: Maryland Natural Resources Police Officer Candidate

Please forward wherever appropriate The Maryland Natural Resources Police is recognized nationally as a leader in the field of conservation and boating law enforcement. To begin the application process, you MUST: be a United States citizen; be at least 20 1/2 years old; have a high school diploma or GED; have a valid driver’s license…

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For Review: Phase III WIP Interim Expectations One-Pager

The Bay Program Communications Office has been working to put together a one-pager detailing EPA’s interim expectations for the Phase III WIPs. We have prepared this document at the request of PA DEP, who hopes to provide it to workgroups they are setting up and, in turn, give them to the local governments and other stakeholders. We…

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Winter 2017 DoD CBP Journal

Winter 2017 DoD CBP Journal

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Study: Public Opinion & Environmental Policy in the Commonwealth: Views of Virginia Voters in 2017

Christopher Newport University recently released their 2017 survey of Virginian’s environmental attitudes. In it, they found that: Over the last 20 years, Virginia voters have become increasingly optimistic about the quality of the Commonwealth’s natural environment, giving it an improved grade from “C” to “B.” Voters say the environment is important to them personally, and…

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For review: Draft Oyster Restoration Press Release

Attached is the oyster restoration press release. Please send any comments to Rachel Felver (rfelver@chesapeakebay.net) by noon on Wednesday, April 12. Media Release – Oyster Restoration

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ChesapeakeProgress Social Media, pt. 2

You may have seen the Chesapeake Bay Program posting ChesapeakeProgress-related graphics on social media, or seen my previous post sharing what the Bay Program has posted on our own accounts. Many of you have shared the posts — thank you! If others would like to share these graphics on your organizations’ social media platforms, please…

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Job: Citizens’ Advisory Committee (CAC) Support Staff

The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay, a regional non-profit organization based in Annapolis, Maryland with offices in Virginia and Pennsylvania, seeks a qualified and highly motivated person for the Richmond, VA office to provide administrative support to the Chesapeake Bay Program’s Citizens’ Advisory Committee (CAC). About the Alliance: The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay’s (Alliance)…

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Chesapeake Stories

The Chesapeake Bay Program has been sharing short videos on social media in which watershed residents share their stories: what their waterway means to them, how they interact with their environment and what environmental issues face their communities. We invite you to watch the videos (and share the posts if you’d like!) and join in…

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ChesapeakeProgress Social Media

You may have seen the Chesapeake Bay Program posting ChesapeakeProgress-related graphics on social media. Many of you have shared the posts — thank you! If others would like to share these graphics on your organizations’ social media platforms, please feel free. Suggested posts are below. Facebook Blue Crabs: Between 2015 and 2016, the number of adult…

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March 22: World Water Day

What is World Water Day? World Water Day, on 22 March every year, is about taking action to tackle the water crisis. Today, there are over 663 million people living without a safe water supply close to home, spending countless hours queuing or trekking to distant sources, and coping with the health impacts of using…

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