The Chesapeake Bay watershed is a region of profound diversity. Further involving diverse stakeholders not currently represented in our leadership, decision-making or restoration efforts is critical to the continued success of the Chesapeake Bay Program.
Diversity Identify minority stakeholder groups that are not currently represented in the leadership, decision making and implementation of current conservation and restoration activities and create meaningful opportunities and programs to recruit and engage them in the Partnership’s efforts.
State of Delaware
District of Columbia
State of Maryland
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Commonwealth of Virginia
Chesapeake Bay Commission
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS)
U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)
National Park Service (NPS)
USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS)
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE)
Reggie Parrish, Urban Lands Specialist
410 Severn Avenue
Annapolis, Maryland 21403
January 18, 2017
1:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Location: Suite 305A Conference Room
The basis of this meeting for the Fish Consumption Advisory Project is discuss the following:
- Follow-Up Recommendations from CBPO (Greg Allen and Reggie Parrish)
-Discuss the Literature Review completed Tetratech
- Summary and next steps moving forward.
Sponsor: Diversity Workgroup
Sponsor: Toxic Contaminants Workgroup
November 2, 2016
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Masonville Cove Education Center
Masonville Cove 1000 Frankfurst Ave Baltimore, MD 21226
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We are excited about hosting the November 2nd community stakeholder listening session and diversity workplan discussion! Please review the attached agenda and coordinate arrangements to attend.
The November 2nd meeting will be held from 10-3 at the Masonville Cove Environmental Education Center, 1000 Frankfurst Ave Baltimore, MD 21226.
Masonville Cove Directions
The Masonville Cove Environmental Education Center is located on the historic Masonville community and serves as a learning center and gathering space for efforts related to restoring the surrounding communities, socially and environmentally.
At this meeting, we are planning to hear what's important to local Baltimore communities as well as communities across the Bay watershed, in hopes to gain better perspectives about the work we have committed to embark upon.
We hope you attend in person and are able to take full advantage of the breakout sessions and networking opportunities. We will have a conference line and adobe connect primarily for those in parts of the watershed who cannot attend due to travel limitations.
Phone conference line is:
Dial-in number: 866-299-3188
Access code 410-267-5731
(We encourage that representatives try to make it in person, hearing via conference line may not be ideal, given location.)
Thanks and we look forward to a productive discussion on November 2nd.
Sponsor: Diversity Workgroup
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