Organizations supporting clean water, rivers, the Chesapeake Bay & Watershed

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Clean Water Howard

 

Howard County’s stormwater management program ensures that stormwater is treated and managed, and also maintains our storm drains, underground pipes, ponds, and streams.

 

The website has a list of opportunities to get involved and things you can do at home to improve water quality.

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Howard County Watershed Stewards Academy

 

The Howard County Watershed Stewards Academy is a training program to empower residents to improve the water quality of local streams. Stewards become community leaders in reducing harmful effects of polluted stormwater running off into our streams.

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Howard County Conservancy

The Howard County Conservancy is a local nonprofit whose mission is to educate children and adults about the natural world, preserve the land and its legacy for future generations and model responsible stewardship of our environment. Conservancy experts support watershed education in Howard County public schools.

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Patapsco Heritage Greenway

The Patapsco Heritage Greenway’s mission is to preserve, protect, interpret and restore the environment, history and culture of the Patapsco River Valley.

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Patuxent Riverkeeper

Our Mission: To conserve, protect and replenish Maryland’s longest and deepest intrastate waterway.  Through strategic advocacy, restoration and education, our goal is long-term sustainability for the ecosystem of the entire Patuxent River basin and the people who rely on its future.

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Robinson Nature Center

 

Robinson is a nature education facility situated on 18 acres of land adjacent to the Middle Patuxent Environmental Area.  Our mission is to facilitate the enjoyment and understanding of our natural resources and to bridge the gap between people and nature.  

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Ned Tillman, The Chesapeake Watershed

Our Mission is to engage as many people and organizations as possible in restoring our watersheds, both here in the Chesapeake Bay region and around the world.