We Want Your Questions!

Will Baker GOn November 12, CBF President Will Baker will be teaching a course as part of the Kaleidoscope Program at Roland Park School titled, The Chesapeake Bay "� A National Treasure: Citizen's Guide to Saving the Bay. We hope you will attend! (Register Here: Corcorana@rpcs.org or call Alexa Corcoran at 410/323-5500 ext. 3091; Seminar Fee is $30.)

But before the seminar, we'd like to hear from you! What would you like to hear about on the 12th? What sorts of Bay issues are you interested in? What concerns do you have about the health of the Chesapeake Bay and its rivers and streams?

Please post your questions and thoughts below in the comments field. As these questions and ideas get posted, we hope others will react to them. That way, we can tee off on a base of discussion that night rather than start from scratch.

Will will consider all of the input below and try to fashion his remarks to address what is of interest to you. We're looking forward to a fun, interactive discussion with you!

Learn more about the seminar here.

Emmy Nicklin

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