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About Liz Chudoba

Liz is the Alliance's Water Quality Program Manager. She manages the Chesapeake Monitoring Cooperative partnership, and the Alliance's RiverTrends program.

Lynchburg RiverTrends Water Monitoring Training

Saturday, April 19, 2014 9am to 1pm Riveredge Park Amherst County, VA   Are you interested in learning more about your local stream? We need volunteers to collect important data on streams in the James River watershed around Lynchburg, VA. We will provide training and supplies, all you have to do is commit to

Bandy Field Work Day in Richmond, VA

Teen volunteers cutting vines and invasives. Photo courtesy of Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission Saturday, February 22, 2014 Bandy Field Nature Park, Richmond, VA   Come join us for the annual Friends of Bandy Field Work Day! Help us clean up this wonderful park in the West End of Richmond. We’ll be cutting down

Virginia Citizens For Water Quality Summit

Movie preview now available: Want to see how the Detective solves the Muddy Mystery?   There’s still time to register. Hope you can join us!   Check out the draft agenda by clicking here.   Register online here: https://www.elleevance.com/beventLive.aspx?EventID=NBI15646650     Questions? Contact Anna Mathis at amathis@allianceforthebay.org or 804-775-0951.

Dominion Foundation Grant Expands RiverTrends Program

The Dominion Foundation has awarded the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay a $35,000 Environmental Stewardship Grant for our RiverTrends Water Quality Monitoring program.  With this grant, we will expanding the program to the Tidal York and Small Coastal Basins watersheds. Many of these watersheds are impaired due to bacteria pollution, which makes shellfish unsafe