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Bonnie Sorak added a new Event

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Sunday, 04/14/2024: Tree Maintenance Workshop (Pikesville, MD)

Join Millford Mill United Methodist Church, in conjunction with Patapsco Heritage Greenway and Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake for a hands on tree maintenance workshop. Participants will learn how to care for trees. We will do maintenance on 11 native trees planted in fall 2023 on church property! Maintenance includes weeding, ensuring tree caging/deer protection is in tact…

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Saturday, 04/27/2024: FREE EVENT: St. Mary’s County Library Sustainability Fair (Lexington Park, MD)

Join the St. Mary’s County Library to celebrate Earth Month with our first ever Sustainability Fair! Attend enlightening lectures, make eco-inspired art projects, and connect with community organizations driving positive change. All ages are welcome and all events are free! Let’s shape a greener future together! Events include Sustainability Storytime, Found Object Art Workshop, Save…

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Pam Oves added a new Job

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Summer Environmental Educator – Nature Forward (formerly Audubon Naturalist Society)

Interested in a challenging, rewarding, and flexible job outdoors this summer? Do you enjoy working with children of all ages exploring wild places, doing “hands on” environmental education, and having great outdoor camp adventures? Then this could be the job for you!   About Our Camp  Nature Forward (formerly Audubon Naturalist Society) seeks highly motivated and…

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Saturday, 04/20/2024: Size Doesn’t Matter Biodiversity Hike (Joppatown, MD)

Join the Natural History Society of Maryland to challenge yourself to see, really see. How many organisms can we find in one hike across various habitats? With the editor at the Maryland Biodiversity Project, Dave Webb, to guide us, we may be surprised by our findings. For the very small,  we’ll sift soil and leaf…

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Thursday, 05/16/2024: Cruising the Chesapeake (Baltimore, MD)

Join the Natural History Society of Maryland on a cruise around the Chesapeake Bay aboard the workboat Snow Goose to study the dynamic relationship between the Port of Baltimore and the Patapsco River. Let’s work alongside the crew from Chesapeake Bay Foundation to test water quality by sampling benthic, planktonic, and other aquatic communities. We’ll…

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Saturday, 05/18/2024: FREE Guided Tour: Preserve at Eisenhower Golf Course (Crownsville) (Crownsville, Maryland)

The AACo Bureau of Watershed Protection & Restoration is excited to continue our seasonal “Watershed Walk” program! Learn from the experts about how these projects work to improve water quality for Anne Arundel County and enhance riparian habitat for wildlife. This upcoming tour will be held at the Preserve at Eisenhower Golf Course in Crownsville….

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kathryn.fuller added a new Event

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Saturday, 04/27/2024: Guided Kayak Tour of the Mallows Bay – Potomac River National Marine Sanctuary (Nanjemoy, MD) with the Mid-Atlantic Marine Education Association (MAMEA) (Nanjemoy, MD)

Immerse yourself in both history and nature with this unique tour by kayak. The sanctuary boasts a diverse collection of historic shipwrecks dating back to the Revolutionary War. The area is most renowned for the remains of over 100 wooden steamships known as the Ghost Fleet, built as part of America’s engagement in World War…

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EcoAmbassador – Howard Ecoworks

  JOB DESCRIPTION: EcoAmbassador Job Overview:   The goal of this program is to empower youth leaders to promote principles of environmental stewardship and waste reduction in Howard County communities. This program is supported by funds from the Plastics Reduction and Environmental Protection (PREP) Grant. EcoAmbassadors will be responsible for the development and delivery of one…

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Farm Program Interpreter – Montgomery Parks

Description   The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC), a six-time National Recreation and Parks Association Gold Medal Award Winner, has a career staff complement of nearly 800 employees and we serve a diverse population of more than one million residents in the Washington, DC area. We manage 421 parks on more than 37,000…

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