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CEPA
P.O. Box 117
Galesville, MD 20765

 

 

Chesapeake Environmental Protection Association


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ELECTED OFFICIALS

 

CEPA encourages everyone to contact their state and local legislators and let them know how you feel about the environmental issues that are under consideration.


To contact a Maryland State Legislator, go to http://mgaleg.maryland.gov/webmga, click on Legislators, you will get list of legislators in the House and Senate, then select the one you wish to contact, and an email form will appear.


To contact an Anne Arundel County Council Member, go to http://www.aacounty.org/CountyCouncil/index.cfm, click on "Contact" by the Council Member you wish to contact, and an email form will appear.


To contact a Calvert County Commissioner, go to http://www.co.cal.md.us/, click on HOW DO I? at the top of the page, then click on CONTACT in the drop down mwnu, then click on Contact the Commissioner and then click on the name of the Commissioner you want to contact, and an email form will appear.




NON-PARTISAN COALITIONS OF COMMUNITY AND CIVIC ASSOCIATIONS


There are two local associations that are concerned with sustainable growth in Anne Arundel County. For more information on each, go to:


Alliance for Livable Communities (ALC)


Growth Action Network (GAN)




RAINSCAPING PROMOTES



“Beautiful Solutions to Water Pollution”

Did you know that stormwater runoff is the major cause of water pollution throughout the entire Chesapeake Bay watershed? Working together, over 30 partners (including CEPA) are implementing a RainScaping Campaign to improve the health of Anne Arundel County’s tributaries and the Chesapeake Bay. The campaign will highlight pollutants carried to our waterways in stormwater runoff such as sediment, excess nutrients from overuse of fertilizers, pesticides, oils, metals, and other contaminants. The RainScaping Campaign will promote a comprehensive approach to easy-to-use solutions to clean up our streams, creeks, rivers, and the Chesapeake Bay. RainScaping techniques such as rain gardens, native tree and shrub planting, rain barrels, and permeable pavers are proven techniques that effectively manage stormwater runoff at the source, while protecting natural resources and providing wildlife habitat. For more information, go to www.rainscaping.org.

 

 

 


Related Organizations

 

Chesapeake Bay Foundation

Magothy River Association

Severn River Association

Severn Riverkeeper

South River Federation and South Riverkeeper

West/Rhode Riverkeeper

Maryland Artificial Reef Program

 

 

Photo:

Fisherman casting off the beach at Terrapin Park on Kent Island in the Chesapeake Bay.

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