The Green & Blue Infrastructure Policy Advisory Commission

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The Green and Blue Infrastructure Commission was created by Senate Bill 348/HB653 during the 2022 Maryland Legislative Session. The purpose of the Commission is to advise the Secretary of the Department of the Environment, the Baystat Subcabinet, and local government officials on ways to facilitate and accelerate the scale and pace of implementation of green and blue infrastructure projects in the state, including projects designed to:

  • Reduce nutrient and sediment loads entering the Chesapeake Bay;
  • Sequester nutrients already in the Chesapeake Bay; 
  • Improve climate resilience;
  • Sequester carbon;
  • Protect and restore important terrestrial or aquatic habitats; 
  • Restore streams or wetlands;
  • Build living shorelines;
  • Augment or restore shellfish populations;
  • Restore forest or agricultural lands.


​Meeting Materials:​​​

  
expand Meeting Date : 11/2/2022 ‎(2)

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This site was created an​d is maintained by Susan.Casey1@mayland.gov, Maryland Department of the Environment.​​​

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​​Meetin​gs 

Marylanders are invited to attend. All meetings will be held virtually on the first Wednesday of each month from 10 a.m. - noon​ beginning on November 2, 2022 through November 1, 2023. Please note: there will be no December meetings. ​

Meeting link:
Or call: ‪(US) +1 304-441-5029‬ PIN: ‪495 939 434‬#​

Dates and times are subject to changes.



Background on the Green and Blue Infrastructure Commission





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