CBF's Matt Ehrhart Live on WPSU-TV

Join WPSU-TV for a public discussion on the Chesapeake Bay, Tuesday, October 7, at 9:30 a.m.

CBF Pennsylvania Executive Director Matt Ehrhart joins Common Ground host Patty Satalia and other guest experts to discuss the science behind the decline in water quality and the loss of habitats vital to wildlife in the region. The conversation will also address concerns within the Chesapeake Bay watershed and possible solutions.

Panelists include Mr. Ehrhart; Kristen Saacke-Blunk, director of the Penn State Agriculture and Environment Center; Denice Heller Wardrop, assistant director of the Penn State Cooperative Wetlands Center; and Rick Batiuk, associate director of science at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Chesapeake Bay Program Office.

If you live near Penn State University, you can join the conversation as an audience member and participate with questions and comments. (Directions to Innovation Park / Penn State Campus Maps)

The program will also be streamed live at http://wpsu.org/lobbytalks and will be videotaped for future broadcast on WPSU-TV.

For more information, visit the Common Ground website at http://www.wpsu.org/lobbytalks/schedule.html

If you're able to attend or watch the program, we hope you'll share your thoughts with us.

Kim Ethridge

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