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AmandaPNWF added a new Event in Chesapeake Network

Posted April 21, 2023

Saturday, 05/20/2023: Oxford Terrapin Survey (Oxford, Maryland)

Join the National Wildlife Federation to help us record the presence of terrapins around community beaches in Oxford, Maryland and learn about an upcoming shoreline resilience project. These surveys will help us learn whether the project is successful at increasing available terrapin habitat. After an initial training and onsite survey on either May 20th or…

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AmandaPNWF added a new Announcement in Chesapeake Network

Posted April 21, 2023

Oxford Horseshoe Crab Surveys

Do you live in/near Oxford, Maryland? Join the National Wildlife Federation to survey for horseshoe crabs in Oxford and learn about an upcoming shoreline resilience project. Surveys occur in late May and June, with flexible dates around the new and full moons. These surveys will help us identify whether the project is successful at increasing…

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AmandaPNWF added a new Job in Chesapeake Network

Posted February 8, 2023

Northeast Coastal Resilience Program Manager – National Wildlife Federation

Description About the National Wildlife Federation: Founded in 1936, the National Wildlife Federation (NWF) has grown into America’s largest and most trusted environmental conservation organization with more than six million members and supporters and 52 state and territorial affiliates—autonomous, nonprofit organizations that take the lead in state and local conservation efforts and collaborate with NWF to…

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AmandaPNWF added a new Event in Chesapeake Network

Posted September 8, 2022

Thursday, 09/22/2022: Oyster Retrofit Celebration (Cambridge, MD)

Join scientists at Horn Point Laboratory with the National Wildlife Federation on Thursday, September 22nd, at 2 pm, for an afternoon celebrating the pilot installation of an oyster retrofit. An oyster retrofit is a novel approach to green grey infrastructure and adapt to sea level rise. This approach uses oyster castles, concrete building blocks that…

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