Nolan Canter

Potomac River Environmental Education Program Manager



CBF educator Nolan Canter

Tenure at CBF: 2015-Present

College: Davidson College, Bachelor's degree in Environmental Studies

Prior Experience: Nolan was born and raised in Easton, Maryland. While growing up, he enjoyed boating, fishing, and crabbing along the Tred Avon and Miles Rivers.

Nolan started as an intern for five months in CBF's Eastern Shore Office. During his time there he worked on projects to help Eastern Shore county governments achieve WIP goals as part of the Chesapeake Bay Clean Water Blueprint. He began his education career in March of 2015 as the Assistant Manager of the Merrill Center Program, and then jumped at the opportunity to dive deeper into the watershed as Program Manager of the Karen Noonan Environmental Education Program on Maryland's Eastern Shore. A year later Nolan returned to his Education roots, taking the helm as Program Mananger of the Philip Merrill Environmental Education Program in Annapolis.. Now he brings his passion and experience to the Nation's Capitol, as Program Manager of the Potomac River Environmental Education Program

When he is not working for CBF, Nolan is also the head lacrosse coach at Robert E. Lee High School in Springfield, Virginia. He currently lives in Washington, DC.

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