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  • s5709
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    Posted April 17, 2019

    Take Our Survey & Earn A Chance to Win Four Month’s Worth of FREE Turkey Hill Ice Cream!

    Dear Alliance partner, The Alliance is committed to improving water quality throughout the Chesapeake Bay watershed through collaboration, inclusivity, and leading local action. In Pennsylvania, our work is focused on working ecosystems and healing local land and water to improve our local streams and ultimately the Chesapeake Bay. For almost five decades, the Alliance has…

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  • Randy Neprash
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    Posted April 16, 2019

    Web presentations & discussion – phosphorus and stormwater ponds – July 19th

    Greetings, stormwater professionals: Please see the E-mail below and forward this on to your stormwater colleagues in your state. Here in Minnesota, we are finding that a number of our constructed stormwater ponds are phosphorus sources instead of sinks. What does it mean that one of our oldest, simplest, and best-understood (we thought) stormwater control…

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  • Bud Reaves
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    Posted April 16, 2019

    Forest Conservation Qualified Professional Class at Anne Arundel Community College

    Classes start September 18 | 2018 Register at AACC.edu | Continuing Education Fall Forest Conservation Qualified Professional Training | Complete state-approved training leading to the Maryland Forest Conservation Qualified Professional license. Study forest stand delineation, tree inventories and how changes in land use affects trees. CEUs issued. $325 includes $7 fee. Note: Students must meet Maryland…

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  • Tiffany Wright
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    Posted April 16, 2019

    HELP! need language for demonstration sign

    G’day Watershed/Stormwater Professionals, In my quest to keep from reinventing the wheel, I’m here asking for language we can use for an educational sign we’ll be posting at a bioretention facility and a rain garden currently under construction at a city-owned building. if you have something I could use as a starting point, I would be…

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  • sroth
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    Posted April 10, 2019

    Webinar Opportunities from the Water Data Collaborative

    Water Data Collaborative Webinar Handout Monitoring Design Elements that Produce Measurable Results: How are you doing? Thursday, April 18th, 1-2:30 EST Presenters: Barb Horn, River Watch of Colorado and Sam Briggs, Izaak Walton League of America Summary of Webinar: This webinar will guide you through a process, which evaluates an existing monitoring program or plans…

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  • sheidbreder
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    Posted April 8, 2019

    NFWF 2019 Chesapeake Bay Stewardship Fund Applicant Webinars Recorded and Available to Watch

    NFWF 2019 Chesapeake Bay Stewardship Fund Applicant Webinars Recorded and Available to Watch A reminder that the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF), in partnership with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the federal-state Chesapeake Bay Program partnership, is soliciting proposals to restore water quality and habitats of the Chesapeake Bay and its tributary…

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  • Jenny McGarvey
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    Posted April 5, 2019

    2019 Chesapeake Watershed Forum Request for Proposals Now Open!

      The 2019 Chesapeake Watershed Forum Planning Committee is now accepting session and field experience proposals! The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay’s 14th Annual Forum will be held November 15 – 17, 2019 in Shepherdstown, WV, and will reach over 400 restoration and protection practitioners to inspire and empower local action towards a healthier Chesapeake Bay watershed. Our theme, “Better Together: Diverse…

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  • Tom M.
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    Posted April 3, 2019

    Baltimore County Public Schools BioBlitz: We Need You!

    Wanted: Volunteers age 18 and older to work with small groups of fifth graders for a Baltimore County Public Schools outdoor science field study titled BioBitz. Volunteers will support BCPS Outdoor Science teachers at one of five local parks within Baltimore County (Marshy Point Nature Center, Cromwell Valley Park, Oregon Ridge Nature Center, Benjamin Banneker…

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  • msburian
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    Posted April 1, 2019

    Economic Ecology™ – Maximizing Economic and Environmental Returns through Floodplain Restoration

    Local governments across the region face a variety of water resource issues to include regulatory compliance, flooding and infrastructure protection, water supply, and more. However, viewing landscapes as part of a whole watershed – rather than independent projects – and restoring those landscapes to their natural state, can be more cost effective than conventional approaches…

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  • David M W.
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    Posted March 28, 2019

    One Week Left for Stormwater Contest Entries!

    This is a reminder that there is 1 week left to submit your projects/programs for CSN’s Best Urban BMP in the Bay Award (BUBBAs) contest! The contest closes at the end of the day next Friday, April 5th. Full information on the contest can be found at the link below. If you have any questions…

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