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Two young girls walk through knee-high water.

Aileen Devlin/Virginia Sea Grant

Virginia Announces $13.6 Million in Flood Preparedness Grants Paid for by Rggi

Yesterday the Youngkin Administration announced it has awarded $13.6 million in flood preparedness grants to 27 projects across Virginia using funding generated by Virginia’s participation in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI).

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Volunteers plant trees in a prepared field.

Kenny Fletcher/CBF Staff

Richmond Church Completes Reforestation of Formerly Paved Areas

Last Saturday, volunteers joined CBF in planting 30 native trees, capping off a major effort that looks to nature for solutions. The project at Branch’s Baptist Church is an important test case, piloting efforts to remove asphalt and concrete and enrich the underlying soil to reforest formerly paved areas.

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A cleared swatch of land winds into a heavily forested area.

AJ Metcalf/CBF Staff

Judge Halts Abingdon Woods Deforestation after CBF Files Second Injunction Request

A Harford Circuit Court judge today granted CBF’s request for a temporary restraining order to halt the ongoing tree clearing at Abingdon Woods for a proposed warehouse project.

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Friday, September 30

Farm Volunteer Day

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Registration Deadline: September 30
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Upper Marlboro, Maryland
Saturday, October 1

Baltimore Oyster Gardening Workshop

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Registration Deadline: September 29
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CBF's Philip Merrill Environmental Center
Annapolis, Maryland
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Newport News VoiCeS Class

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Registration Deadline: October 5
The Newsome House
Newport News, Virginia

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