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January 08, 2008

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Bill Henderson

I'm very disappointed this is not offered in Maryland.

Kim Ethridge

Bill -

We redirected our adult efforts in Maryland a few years ago to focus more strongly on education through our Volunteers as Chesapeake Stewards -- or VoiCes -- program. When deciding the most effective use of limited resources, we feel at this point in time it's most important to have an educated community who can be strong advocates for funding important state efforts to clean up the Bay. We continue to run a Grasses in Classes program in about 100 Maryland schools.

If you happen to live near the Magothy River in Anne Arundel County, the Magothy River Association conducts its own grasses restoration program. For more information send an email to president@magothyriver.org.

According to MD DNR, the Anita C. Leight Estuary Center in Harford County also runs a grasses workshop. Their email address is aclec@harfordcountymd.gov.

Winstrol

I hope this activity was successful!

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