· 3 worthy
projects have been selected to receive $2,500 each in “seed
money” from our Community in Conservation funding this year (see below)
Your dollars will be
supporting waterfowl-related education,
science, engagement and conservation
Help get them fully
funded & increase capacity to get the projects done
Every dollar you give will be a direct match for our ...
2017 "Seed Funding" Recipients
> MidShore Riverkeeper Conservancy's "Students for Streams" Program, getting all Dorchester Co., Maryland 9th graders & teachers outside and visiting wetlands;
> Delaware Wildlands' "Adopt-an-Acre Engagement, Habitat Improvment & Wood Duck Conservation", engaging DE communities in conservation;
> Univ. of Md. Center for Environmental Studies, James Pierson research on "Biological Mosquito Control by Native Zooplankton", reducing pesticide use on marshes, improving food sources for waterfowl and naturally controlling avian disease.
WATERFOWL CHESAPEAKE...What We Do...
CONNECT financial resources with environmental needs
SERVE as a neutral convener for exploring issues and finding solutions
ENGAGE people and communities about waterfowl
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