Forum attendees share a discussion on forest management strategies with the Alliance’s Chesapeake Forest team. The spirit of watershed stewardship was strong at our 10th annual Chesapeake Watershed Forum, held from September 25th to 27th in Shepherdstown, West Virginia. The Alliance for… more
Chesapeake Watershed Forum
The 2016 Chesapeake Watershed Forum is being held September 30 – October 2 at the USFWS National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, WV.
The theme this year is a “Personal Call to Action” where we will explore ways to reach out to diverse groups and dive deep into the personal actions that each of us, and each member of the watershed could and should be taking to achieve a healthy watershed and a clean Bay.
We are now requesting proposals to present at the Forum: 2016 Forum RFP (.pdf)
We are also planning several professional development, day-long, workshops on the day before the Forum to provide in-depth analysis into issues that are directly related to the restoration of the Bay watershed
Registration will open in mid July and as always, we have a limited number of spaces on-site so plan to register early.
Sponsorship opportunties are available, contact Lou Etgen, firstname.lastname@example.org to get your organization or company’s name and good works in front of the expected 400+ attendees at this year’s Chesapeake Watershed forum.
The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay will be sponsoring the African American Health Program (AAHP) Community Day on April 16th, 2016. The event is free and open to individuals and families of all ages. Attendees will experience the “Taste of Nutrition,” energizing group fitness activities, and… more
From September 26th to 28th, the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay held its ninth annual Chesapeake Watershed Forum, hosting nearly 400 attendees. During the Forum, we learned about Wallace “J” Nichols’ concept of neuroconservation, discussed the complexities of environmental justice and honored Chesapeake Forest Champions. more
This month we are gearing up for our 9th Annual Chesapeake Watershed Forum, as we expect a full house. We’ll have great presentations on conservation, social justice, communications and more. Plus an expanded effort to share on social media with #chesforum more
Lou Etgen was born in Richmond, VA but grew up primarily in Severna Park, MD and is a lifelong resident of the Chesapeake Bay watershed. His interest in the support of local watershed groups has led to the creation of our annual Chesapeake Watershed Forum and our community networking tool, the Chesapeake Network.