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This webinar is part of a series from the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, Maryland Departments of Environment and Natural Resources, and Maryland Sea Grant on behalf of the Maryland Commission on Climate Change and its workgroups.

This workshop will highlight advances in Maryland related to Living Shorelines and related restoration projects. The panel discussion will highlight tools available for visualization and modeling, approaches to assessment and monitoring as well as regulatory barriers and opportunities for advancement. A discussion panel will address framing questions, how to balance the sometimes competing needs of habitat and infrastructure, and opportunities for blue carbon in coastal restoration.

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This webinar is part of a series from the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, Maryland Departments of Environment and Natural Resources, and Maryland Sea Grant on behalf of the Maryland Commission on Climate Change and its workgroups.

This webinar will explore available and future potential environmental finance mechanisms to protect and enhance Maryland’s blue carbon ecosystems. The webinar will include a look at opportunities to scale the impact of ongoing restoration efforts as well as topics related to co-benefits tracking and stacking, creating and enabling regulatory environment, and attracting private investment and innovative finance to accelerate coastal resilience and carbon sequestration.

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severn river associationA Severn River Association John Wright Speaker Series talk. Each year, in early March, the colorful Yellow Perch return to spawn in the Severn River headwaters like Bear Branch and Severn Run. However, they fail to produce mature offspring, possibly due to poor water quality. Why is this happening? Speaker Alex MacLeod, a PhD student from the University of Maryland and Margaret McGinty with the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. They will discuss how land use has affected aquatic habitat and water quality and the genetic changes the Yellow Perch is going through to survive. Food and drink is available for purchase.

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