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June 2022

Catfish Species in Maryland: A Snapshot of the Last 120 Years

June 30 at 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Maryland is often called the “United States in miniature” and we have a variety of catfish species that demonstrates this as well. We will look at the various habitats that these versatile fish prefer (native and introduced), the problems that can result from stocking nonnative fish and the challenges that managers face when dealing with a species that is both loved and reviled. Presented by Mary Groves, Fisheries Biologist with the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Fishing and Boating Services.…

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July 2022

Ask the Alliance Series: Trees at Home: Planting, Pruning, and Maintaining

July 7 at 12:00 pm
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Learn from Zach Carnegie, the Alliance's Maryland Forests Projects Coordinator, how to plant, prune, and maintain your home’s trees. Register here

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Ask the Alliance Series: Bats!

July 14 at 12:00 pm
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Did you know bats benefit greatly from forest cover? Join Jim Kauffman, the Alliance's Pennsylvania Forests Projects Coordinator to learn more about bats and how we benefit from them. Register here

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Summer’s Bounty: Birds, Blooms, Beasts & Babies

July 14 at 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Summer's Bounty: Birds, Blooms, Beasts & Babies (And how to spot them in the Mid-Atlantic) Presented by the Audubon Naturalist Society. Discover when and where to find some of the Mid-Atlantic's summer nature bounty, including electric-blue birds atop crayon-yellow sunflowers; itsy-bitsy green tree frogs with racing stripes and sticky toes; bedazzling bugs; backyard squirrels that “fly;” and a sea of native lotus blossoms, worthy of Monet. Speaker: Barbara Saffir, Author, Master Naturalist and Wildlife photographer. Register here (scroll down on the linked page)

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Hope for Humpbacks

July 19 at 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
humpback whale

Presented by the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC). This is its first July Earth Optimism webinar, featuring biologist Stephanie Stack from the Pacific Whale Foundation. She will share tales from her ten years of research on humpback whales including the most urgent threats to whales today, why whales are critical for a healthy ocean, and the actions needed to protect these ocean giants. Humpback whales are a conservation success story, having largely recovered from the threat of commercial whaling, but…

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Ask the Alliance Series: Native Plants at Home

July 21 at 12:00 pm
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What can you plant at home that will increase habitat and require less yard work? Native plants! Join Tyler Walston, Maryland Agricultural Products Coordinator, as he shares more about how he is transforming his yard. Register here

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Indigenous Views of Nature and Rebuilding Biodiversity: Back to the Future

July 27 at 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
create a new climate for action

Presented by Dr. Sara Via, this webinar addresses the extractive economy of the 19th and 20th centuries, which stems from a culture in which humans see themselves as above nature and free to exploit the natural world for commercial advantage. This view has now gotten us into serious trouble. In contrast, most indigenous cultures consider humans part of the web of biodiversity, with dramatically different outcomes. What can we learn about rebuilding ecosystems and biodiversity from the wisdom traditions of…

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Ask the Alliance Series: Birding in the Watershed

July 28 at 12:00 pm
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Curious what birds are flying around your local landscapes? Emily Broich, the Alliance's Pennsylvania Green Infrastructure Projects Coordinator, will share how you can spot and identify birds in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Register here

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Zebrafish: Models for Cancer Research

July 28 at 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm
49 West Coffeehouse, Wine Bar & Gallery, 49 West Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
cafe scientifique

Presented by Café Scientifique, speaker Max Ransibrahmanakul will discuss how cancer researchers are testing therapies on a "model" organism, zebrafish. The event will be held in person but also streamed via Zoom. To reserve a seat at 49 West, call 410-626-9796. About the Speaker:  Max Ransibrahmanakul will be starting his third year at Georgetown University this fall. He works in a lab under Principal Investigator Dr. Eric Glasgow, where they use zebrafish as models for studying cancer tissue. Max is…

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August 2022

Ask the Alliance Series: Bees!

August 4 at 12:00 pm
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Bees are all the buzz. Join Savanna Lightcap, the Alliance’s DC Green Infrastructure Projects Assistant, as she shares how you can identify bees, plant bee habitats, and rehome unwanted bees. Then, Brittany Smith will share her very own bee colony. Register here

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