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Individuals who cannot Volunteer can still help the “re-greening” effort by supporting these programs:
  • Chesapeake Bay Foundation
    The Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) is a non-profit, member based environmental organization that offers opportunities for landowners, groups, and individuals to get involved in preserving and restoring the watershed habitat of the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries. A large part of their efforts is channeled into resource protection, advocacy, and education to Save the Bay. Leadership training, riparian buffer and wildlife habitat plantings, and stream restoration events offer volunteers the opportunity to get involved. Contact CBF at 410-268-8816.
    Visit the website at http://www.cbf.org/

  • Chesapeake Bay Trust
    Volunteers engaged in projects that deal with the protection and restoration of the Chesapeake Bay and its Maryland tributaries, and demonstrating a direct, positive benefit to the Bay, are invited to seek financial support. Call 410 974 2941 email postmaster@cbtrust.org  or visit the website at www.chesapeakebaytrust.org 

  • Gift of Trees Program
    This innovative program allows you to have trees planted in honor or memory of family and friends or for a special occasion. Trees will be planted in designated groves in the county in which the recipient of the certificate lives. A beautiful Certificate is sent to announce the gift. Special groves of ten or more trees can be arranged. Contact: TREE MENDOUS MARYLAND 410 260 8531. Or visit the website at www.dnr.state.md.us/Forests/Treemendous.

    Contact your local MD DNR Forestry Office.

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