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MET's Land Trust Roundtable Series

August 30, 2016
November 29, 2016
February 28, 2017
June 27, 2017

The next series of Land Trust Roundtables will be held to discuss land trust stewardship challenges and a shared vision to address these challenges. Roundtable meetings will tackle big issues around technology; volunteers; recordkeeping; stewardship responsibilities and work to build a solution to solve these challenges.

More details, including RSVP information and meeting locations will be available soon. Please check MET’s events page for more information.

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Interactive Natural Resources Near You Map
The map allows you to find state parks, hunting and fishing locations, water access points and water trails near you.

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2016 Board of Trustee Meetings

The Board of Trustees meeting will be held in room 3.218 on the 3rd Floor of 100 Community Place.

September 12
October 3
November 7
December 5

These meetings are scheduled the first Monday of each month with the exception of September to avoid a conflict with the Labor Day holiday. The Board does not meet in January, July and August. The board meetings begin at 6:30pm.

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Our Mission:

Maryland Environmental Trust works with landowners, local communities, and citizen land trusts to protect Maryland's most treasured landscapes and natural resources as a legacy for future generations. We accomplish this work by providing direct assistance, information and innovative tools to ensure the ongoing stewardship and public concern for the natural, historic, and scenic resources of the state.

As one of the oldest and most successful land trusts in the country, The Maryland Environmental Trust holds over 1,080 conservation easements preserving over 130,000 acres statewide.

From the Chesapeake Bay to the mountains of Garrett County, our Land Conservation, Monitoring and Stewardship, and Land Trust Assistance Programs promote the protection of open land.

We also provide grants to environmental education projects through the Keep Maryland Beautiful Program.