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The schedule of events is subject to changed based on the status of the coronavirus response, weather, staffing, and other situations that may arise. If Calvert Nature Society or Calvert County Natural Resources Division cancels a program, a full refund will be issued. 

Summer 2021 program registration (including Summer Camps)  will open April 12 for members, April 26 for nonmembers. Join now to take advantage of the early registration period. Schedule is subject to change. 

Download the Summer Program listing

Dec. 10, 2020: We have new policies. See the Calvert Nature Society's for our COVID policies for all in-person activities

PAXCON Reflections: Climate Change and the Patuxent

  • 10/29/2020
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Online Webinar

Registration

  • With a sponsorship of $100 your organization's logo will be on the conference website and materials.

Registration is closed

Learn about how climate is changing in the Chesapeake Bay region and the Patuxent River watershed, potential impacts to Patuxent River water quality, and how communities can prepare for the future.

Speakers

Dr. Kate McClure, coastal climate specialist with the University of Maryland Sea Grant Extension Program

Dr. Jeremy Testa, Assistant Professor at the UMCES Chesapeake Biological Laboratory


On Thursdays October 29th - November 19th from 12-1pm we will be revisiting and discussing four topics which have been covered at prior conferences.

These webinars are free! Donations and sponsorships are accepted.

You must register for each in order to receive details on how to join the webinar.

Other webinars in the series:

Recordings will be available after each webinar. Check our Webinars page in the coming weeks for details


The Patuxent River, considered “Maryland’s River”, is the longest river entirely in the state of Maryland. Home to over 100 species of fish and a staggering variety of resident and migratory birds, the Patuxent River is a jewel of the Maryland natural world. Archaeological artifacts dating back to 7,205 B.C. suggests the River has been an essential lifeline for humans for thousands of years.

The Patuxent River Conference (PAXCON) is the premier forum uniting scientists, environmental educators, natural resource managers, and anyone passionate about the health and future of the Patuxent River. To know and understand the Patuxent River is to take one more step towards its protection.

You must register in order to receive details on how to join the webinar.

For Additional Information: http://www.paxcon.org/

Consider being a Sponsor of the Conference: With a sponsorship of $100 your organization's logo will be on the conference website and materials, as well as being able to share materials with conference attendees.

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