Landscaping for Resilience in a Changing Climate

The Earth’s climate is changing. Impacts - including higher temperatures, warming water temperatures, rising sea levels, and longer periods of extreme weather - are already being felt in the Chesapeake Bay watershed and are expected to worsen. The good news is there are actions we can all take to help mitigate and adapt to these impacts. Landscape professionals, in particular, have a unique opportunity to address the effects of our changing climate.

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The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay’s 14th Annual Chesapeake Watershed Forum (held November 15 – 17, 2019 in Shepherdstown...

The West Virginia Potomac Tributary Team, a partnership consisting of local and state agencies which include but are not...

The West Virginia Potomac Tributary Team, a partnership consisting of local and state agencies which include but are not...

Learn about how Montgomery County residents can play a vital role in improving water quality in local streams and rivers, and...

A webinar to provide an overview of Virginia's Draft Phase III Chesapeake Bay Watershed Implementation Plan and provide...

Maryland Department of the Environment is hosting a webinar on May 17, 2019, to provide an overview of the Draft Phase III...

The Choose Clean Water Coalition is excited to announce that the 10th Annual Choose Clean Water Conference will be held on...

This one-day conference includes invited speakers who provide current information about water monitoring and watershed...

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