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“Elevating the Nature of Living Landscapes” with special presenter Rick Darke

Please join the Maryland Coastal Bays Program and the Lower Shore Land Trust for "Elevating the Nature of Living Landscapes" with special presenter Rick Darke. Attendees will hear from Rick on the importance of landscapes being a livable outdoor space, where people can gather, relax, and explore, and how best to accomplish that goal.  

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Jenkins Point Restoration for Resilience Community Update Meeting

Maryland Coastal Bays Program will host a public meeting on the Jenkins Point Restoration Project on Monday, Jan. 29 at 6 p.m. in the Clubhouse Meeting Room on 100 Clubhouse Drive.   MCBP held a public meeting on the subject last May, and the Jan. 29 meeting will serve as an update, including presentation of

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MCBP Trivia Night

Come test your skills at a fun and challenging evening of trivia at Seacrets' Morley Hall! All trivia questions will be focused on Maryland and the Coastal Bays. Teams of singles, couples, and multiple people are welcome! Doors open at 5:30 and trivia will begin at 6:00 pm sharp! The best advice we can give

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Discover Your Watershed

Join MCBP on Tuesday, March 12th from 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm for the first Discover Your Watershed of the 2024 season! Come take advantage of the extra daylight hours as we develop and define an existing trail that meanders through mature mixed forest at our 90 acre Showell Property. We’ll also spend the afternoon

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Explore the Estuary -Adult Learning Series

“Stormwater and Yard Waste: Lawn Care for Water Quality” Part 1 of the spring Talk and Walk series at the Berlin Library. What do lawns have to do with water quality? Come hear a talk with Jennifer Dindinger, Watershed Restoration Specialist with UMD Sea Grant Extension, and learn about ways you can manage your lawn

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Explore the Estuary -Adult Learning Series

“Rain Gardens: Getting Down to Business” Part 2 of the spring Talk and Walk series at the Berlin Library. Do I need a rain garden? Are rain gardens just big wet spots in my yard? Maybe, and no! Come hear a talk with Jennifer Dindinger, Watershed Restoration Specialist with UMD Extension, and learn about the

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Discover Your Watershed

Please join us for the 2nd Discover Your Watershed event that will take you to the beautiful Lizard Hill Wetland Restoration site located in Bishopville, Maryland. This 20-acre restoration site now hosts a booming Atlantic White Cedar community and acts as a sand seepage wetland that drains into Bunting Branch, which in turn drains into

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Horseshoe Crab Recovery Team Training

Sarbanes Center 6695-6699 Verrazano Bridge, Berlin, MD

The Maryland Coastal Bays Program is looking for dedicated volunteers to join the Stranded Spawning Horseshoe Crab Recovery Team. Volunteers will be responsible for routinely checking popular spawning grounds to rescue stranded or flipped horseshoe crabs during the spawning season from May to July. This volunteer program helps prevent mass casualties of horseshoe crabs and

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Discover Your Watershed

join us on Saturday, May 4th from 9:O0-1 pm for MCBP’s Discover Your Watershed held at a local conservation easement called the Ilia Fehrer Nature Property.

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Selsey Road Restoration Grass Planting

Selsey Road, West Ocean City Selsey Road, Ocean City, Maryland

We are looking for volunteers to help plant grasses generously donated by the West Ocean City Association. We ask that all volunteers wear close-toed shoes, appropriate outdoor clothing, bring their own reusable water bottle, bug spray, and gardening gloves if they'd like to. MCBP will have tools available to help dig holes. Volunteers will need

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Disappearing Islands: A Turn of Events – Presentation Series

Berlin Library 13 Harrison Avenue, Berlin, Maryland

Islands serve as critical habitat to numerous iconic species found in the Maryland Coastal Bays. Throughout the last several decades, island loss and the impacts it has on species like colonial nesting bird populations have been alarming. But there is still hope to restore these once abundant islands and the populations of our colonial nesting

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Bay Day

White Horse Park 239 Ocean Parkway, Ocean Pines, Maryland

The Maryland Coastal Bays Program and Ocean Pines Association will host the fifth annual Bay Day on Sunday, May 19 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at White Horse Park in Ocean Pines.

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Contribute Online

Become a member of the Coastal Bays Foundation and donate online securely through PayPal. Your financial contribution will go toward protecting our watershed, its habitat, and wildlife. The Maryland Coastal Bays Program Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit; all donations are tax deductible.