Get the low-down on Maryland legislation

Join MD Executive Director Kim Coble and MD Manager of Advocacy Terry Cummings on Wednesday, February 28, for a discussion of the critical legislation CBF is working on to move the Bay off the EPA's "dirty waters" list. Discussion will cover the Chesapeake Bay Green Fund, oyster legislation, the Clean Cars Act and more.

The event, part of CBF's 2007 Lecture Series, will be held at the Phillip Merrill Center, 7 - 8 pm, on Wednesday, February 28.

It's free to all. Please RSVP to

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