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The Healthy Forests Healthy Waters (HFHW) program offers landowners in Maryland a cost-free opportunity to establish new woodland cover on their property.
Apply now to join us at the HBCU/MSI Chesapeake Bay Summit where students and faculty members from HBCUs and MSIs in Washington, DC and Maryland will come together to discuss issues related to the Chesapeake Bay.
Join us a the Annapolis Maritime Museum on September 21st for an evening of celebration to benefit the rivers and streams of the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
Catalpa speciosa, northern catalpa, gets its latin species epithet from just how showy these blooms are; speciosa means showy or beautiful and the blooms live up to the name.
The Alliance’s Environmental Projects Interns from Bowie State University (BSU) have just finished up their time with us, and left a lasting impression.
As the Alliance continues to grow within the agricultural conservation space across the Chesapeake Bay watershed, one thing is constant – our “brand” of conservation is driven by partnerships. The partnerships we create not only include the typical players such as; environmental nonprofits, state and local agencies, and universities, but also corporations.
This tree planting at Tulip Pond Farm will take place along a one-acre area of stream to help protect the waterway from erosion and runoff.
I recently took advantage of a clear but brisk morning in early March to steal away to a gem of a property in the outskirts of Westminster, Maryland, the Wakefield Valley Golf Course. As I stood in the tee box of the third hole, a 549 yard par 5 with Copps Branch bisecting it at about 250 yards, I gazed out on the fairway and contemplated my strategy. Could we really reforest 22 acres of this city park in three days?
Kick off our spring Project Clean Stream volunteer season! Join the Maryland staff at our new Annapolis office (151 West Street, Suite 101, Annapolis, MD 21401) for a local trash clean-up event. Refreshments will be provided. Street parking is available. Register Today
Since 2019, the Alliance has brought communities in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Washington, DC, together by hosting the Wild & Scenic Film Festival across the watershed. This spring, the Film Festival will provide warmth, inspire action, and raise hope during a time of growth and rebirth.