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sarah.parmelee added a new Job in Chesapeake Network

Posted May 19, 2022

Forestland Conservation Specialist (application period extended 10 days)

The Virginia Department of Forestry (VDOF) is seeking a Forestland Conservation Specialist to promote forestland conservation and manage related projects throughout Virginia. The primary geographic focus of work is in the central and eastern portions of the state. This position fills a vacancy in our Forestland Conservation Program and works as part of a team…

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KrystaH added a new Event in Chesapeake Network

Posted May 19, 2022

Tuesday, 07/26/2022: Mid-Atlantic Climate Change Education Convening

Register for the Mid-Atlantic Climate Change Education Convening! Join educators from throughout the Mid-Atlantic in a 1-day virtual convening focused on climate change education. Like the past conferences, this one-day event will bring together examples of education and outreach happening across our region focused on climate change action. Join a community of educators for an…

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Jessica Seipp added a new Event in Chesapeake Network

Posted May 17, 2022

Friday, 06/10/2022: Resiliency & Adaptation: A Path to the Future of Stormwater Management – REGISTER TODAY! (Linthicum, Maryland)

Register today for the June 10th CWEA Stormwater Committee Seminar! The upcoming CWEA Stormwater Committee Seminar on June 10th will provide an opportunity for peer-to-peer information exchange between representatives of regulated stormwater programs; stormwater, resilience, and climate adaptation professionals; and representatives from state and federal agencies. The seminar includes a morning state/federal perspective discussion including…

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HerChesapeake added a new Event in Chesapeake Network

Posted May 16, 2022

Thursday, 05/19/2022: HerChesapeake Presents: A Conversation with Taylor Lilley, Environmental Justice Attorney at Chesapeake Bay Foundation

Ever been interested in learning more about the Environmental Justice movement or about the litigators that take on environmental injustices cases?  How does someone enter the field? How are these issues uncovered? What approaches are taken to fight within a legal system that can often be a part of the structure that created environmental injustices…

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NaturalHistorySocietyofMaryland added a new Event in Chesapeake Network

Posted May 13, 2022

Saturday, 11/05/2022: Big Book Sale – General Public Day (Baltimore, Maryland)

  RSVP HERE: https://www.marylandnature.org/get-involved/events/event/nature-book-sale-general-public-day/ Come one, Come All. Saturday to Feed your curiosity with new books The Natural History Society of Maryland is hosting a book sale. Proceeds support on-going educational programming. Great books at garage sale prices including previously loved: Field Guides – Nature – Plants – Outdoor Activities – Wildlife – Photography –…

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NaturalHistorySocietyofMaryland added a new Event in Chesapeake Network

Posted May 13, 2022

Saturday, 06/25/2022: SharkFest 2022 (Baltimore, Maryland)

  REGISTER TODAY: https://www.marylandnature.org/get-involved/events/event/sharkfest-2022/ Our oceans are home to more then 1,000 species of shark. Join us for an annual educational and fun day to celebrate some of the most successful creatures in history. Visitors will be able to learn through hands-on activities that cover shark anatomy, evolution, morphology and ecology. This is an event…

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NaturalHistorySocietyofMaryland added a new Event in Chesapeake Network

Posted May 12, 2022

Thursday, 07/28/2022: Fish Out of Water: Terrestrial Locomotion of Amphibious Fish

  RSVP HERE: https://www.marylandnature.org/get-involved/events/event/fish-out-of-water-terrestrial-locomotion-of-amphibious-fish/ Amphibious fish are those that use a range of terrestrial locomotory modes, such as lateral undulation, tripod-like walking (using paired fins and tail), and jumping. A wide diversity of fishes exhibit amphibious behaviors for a variety of reasons. However, it is unknown how most amphibious fishes orient in terrestrial environments. Furthermore, while…

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NaturalHistorySocietyofMaryland added a new Event in Chesapeake Network

Posted May 12, 2022

Saturday, 10/29/2022: Lichens 101: Biology, Ecology and Diversity (Baltimore, Maryland)

  REGISTER HERE: https://www.marylandnature.org/get-involved/events/event/lichens-101-biology-ecology-and-diversity/ This workshop will introduce participants to lichen biology, ecology, and diversity. We will start the workshop in the classroom with an introduction to lichens and a discussion of some of the ways and places that lichens grow. Then we will go on a short walk with an introduction to some of…

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NaturalHistorySocietyofMaryland added a new Event in Chesapeake Network

Posted May 12, 2022

Wednesday, 10/12/2022: Life cycle of the Marbled Salamander

  RSVP HERE: https://www.marylandnature.org/get-involved/events/event/life-cycle-of-the-marbled-salamander/ Nature Photographer and naturalist David Hand’s main interest of study is salamanders, in particular, the Marbled Salamander (Ambystoma opacum). He will be sharing information about the life cycle of the amazing Marbled Salamander, through his own pictures and video, and stories of his field observations. David’s work with Marbled Salamanders has been…

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NaturalHistorySocietyofMaryland added a new Event in Chesapeake Network

Posted May 12, 2022

Thursday, 06/16/2022: COVID in Animals – A Zoo Veterinarian’s Perspective

  RSVP HERE: https://www.marylandnature.org/get-involved/events/event/covid-in-animals-a-zoo-veterinarians-perspective/   The SARS CoV2 pandemic has had wide implications for us humans for the past several years, touching almost every part of our lives. What about other species? This presentation will delve deeper into the unexpected risk this virus has played in animals, and how the disease has been managed in…

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