The Wetland workgroup facilitates the implementation of projects that protect, restore, and enhance tidal and non-tidal wetlands across the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Restoration efforts are focused on projects that benefit species requiring high-quality wetland habitats (including American black duck) and incorporate water quality benefits where possible. Additionally, the workgroup coordinates the collection and organization of wetland restoration data reported by the Chesapeake Bay Program.
July 28, 2016
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
The Wetland Workgroup will meet on July 28th from 1-3PM in conference room 305 the Chesapeake Bay Program Office. Webinar and conference information can be found below. An agenda and other materials will be posted as they become available. Guest Presenter will be Greg Noe, Senior Scientist with U.S. Geological Survey and he will present on “Optimizing design of non-tidal wetland restoration/ creation to improve water quality function."
Wetland Workgroup Meeting
Conference Room 305A, CBPO
410 Severn Ave, Annapolis MD 21403
Conference Line: 866-299-3188; Code: 267-5715
Adobe Connect: https://epawebconferencing.acms.com/wetlandworkgroup