Queen Anne’s Conservation Association (QACA) Executive Director Jay Falstad announced today that Lindsey Umlandt has joined QACA as an Environmental Health Specialist. “Lindsey’s research background will be an important addition to the QACA team,” stated Falstad. “With an ever increasing number of complex threats facing our local natural resources, having a project scientist on staff to assess and analyze them will be a critical complement to our core staff. Lindsey’s outstanding work for us last year as our first QACA Intern made retaining her a priority for the organization, and we’re very pleased she’s moving into this new role.” (click the hyperlinked title above for the full story)
Environmental groups and citizens filed an appeal today in the Circuit Court for Queen Anne’s County to challenge a November decision by the Maryland Board of Public Works to permit the 1,079-unit Four Seasons development on Kent Island (click hyperlinked title above for the full story).
CBF reaches out to thousands of Maryland members urging them to call Board of Public Works members and voice opposition to the Four Seasons project on Kent Island.
CRA asks members to call or email Board of Public Works Members to oppose granting Four Seasons wetlands license at 11/18/15 meeting.
CALL TREASURER KOPP TODAY!! Urge her to vote against Four Seasons by voting NO on the Four Season's Wetland's License Call 410-260-7160
QACA and Queenstown residents move ahead with appeal of decision of Circuit Court Judge not to reconsider earlier ruling on Wheatlands property. For full details - click the above link