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  • Bud Reaves
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    Posted July 11, 2019

    Volunteer Coordinator for Anne Arundel Weed Resistance – AmeriCorp position

    Applications are being taken for the position of Volunteer Coordinator for the Anne Arundel County Weed Resistance. We are a group of volunteer forest stewards dedicated to improving the health of Anne Arundel County’s forests by battling the invasive weeds that are crowding out the native trees and shrubs. As coordinator you will be in…

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    Posted September 25, 2018

    Anne Arundel Weed Resistance 1st Anniversary

    A celebration of the Anne Arundel Weed Resistance’s one year anniversary was held September 21 at Kinder Farm Park in Severna Park, MD. A proclamation from County Executive Steve Schuh celebrating the event and recognizing the work and dedication of the weed warrior volunteers was read and presented to the group by Michelle Corkadel of…

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  • Bud Reaves
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    Posted November 23, 2011

    Mid Atlantic Invasive Plant Council

    The Mid-Atlantic Invasive Plant Council (MAIPC) provides regional leadership to effectively address the threat of invasive plants to the native flora, fauna, and natural habitats of the Mid-Atlantic. The council coordinates regional efforts to gather and share information on the identification, management and prevention of invasive species, provide training and volunteer opportunities and to identify…

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  • Bud Reaves
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    Posted November 23, 2011

    Maryland Invasive Species Council

    Web site for Maryland Invasive Species Council(MISC)

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  • Sally Claggett
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    Posted November 22, 2011

    Forests and Public Health– Global Perspective

    This is an interesting summary — recently published in the Journal of Environmental Health and Preventative Medicine– of the impact of forests, and forest fragmentation, on public health.

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  • Sally Claggett
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    Posted November 22, 2011

    Bay Bank Presentation/Webinar from Feb 13

    A presentation on The Bay Bank, given by Eric Sprague of the Pinchot Institute, during a Chesapeake Forest Conservation webinar February 13, 2009.

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  • Sally Claggett
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    Posted November 22, 2011

    Enhancing Local Conservation Financing for Forest

    Tom Gilbert and Matt Zieper of the Trust for Public Land gave this presentation at a February 20, 2009, webinar that was available to the entire CWN community. The conversation during the presentation was also captured and is uploaded as a separate document.

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  • Frank Rodgers
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    Posted November 22, 2011

    Tree Planting, Musselman H.S. Inwood, WV

    Students plant trees to designate a low-mow area to control stormwater run off.

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  • Sally Claggett
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    Posted November 22, 2011

    Conserving Landscapes and the Chesapeake Executive Order

    This file has the preparation material for the discussion scheduled for July 29 on Conserving Landscapes and prioritizing as called for in the recent Executive Order. Forests play a significant role here. Brad Williams and I of the Forestry Workgroup will be present as will several participants at the Forest Conservation Summit. There will be…

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  • Christine C.
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    Posted November 22, 2011

    A Proposal for a MD Statewide TDR Program

    This is a Governor’s Summer Internship Program proposal developed by a team of exceptional undergraduates. This was presented to Governor O’Malley in August 2009 and was well recieved. It offers some good ideas, and, at the very least, some food for thought on creating a system that is regional/statewide. This kind of approach may lend…

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