Forests For The Bay Accepting Nominations For 2018 Chesapeake Forest Champions Contest

The Forests For The [Chesapeake] Bay Program is now accepting nominations for the 2018 Chesapeake Forest Champions Awards.  The deadline for entries is August 31.

Coordinated by the Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay, the contest recognizes the outstanding efforts of groups and individuals from around the bay watershed to conserve, restore, and celebrate Chesapeake forests.

The contest is open to all including landowners, community groups, nonprofits, forestry and natural resource professionals, schools, youth organizations, businesses, public agencies and others working in rural, suburban and urban areas.

Basically, if you know any group or individual who is doing outstanding work for forests, as a volunteer or professional, nominate them.

The Chesapeake Bay drainage area in Pennsylvania covers half the state and all or part of 42 counties. Click Here for a map.

Winners will be recognized at the annual Chesapeake Watershed Forum on November 2nd, in Shepherdstown, WV.

Click Here for all the details and for a nomination form.  Submit nominations by sending email to:

For more information on forest initiatives in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, visit the Forests For The Bay Program website.


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[Posted: August 8, 2018]


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