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Secretary’s Message: August 2019

Natural Resources Careers Offer A Great Way Up Two of the most important things that we can do for our young people is to teach them environmental stewardship and to provide them with opportunities for their future. I’m proud to say the Maryland Department of Natural Resources works hard to do both.  Recently I had  Read the Rest…

Secretary’s Message: August 2018

A Bright Future for Conservation For many Marylanders, August means last-minute vacations, season-ending camps, and – of course – the dreaded yet wonderful back-to-school preparations. At the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, class has been in session all summer long for our next generation of environmental advocates and stewards. Three recent ceremonies capped off a season  Read the Rest…

Conservation Jobs Corps Celebrates Graduation

Program’s Largest Class Recognized for Public Service and Stewardship More than 400 young Marylanders celebrated their graduation from the Conservation Jobs Corps Friday after six weeks of job training, conservation education, hard work and fun. The ceremony was held at North Point State Park in Baltimore County with Maryland Department of Natural Resources Secretary Mark Belton featured as  Read the Rest…

Lieutenant Governor Rutherford Congratulates Maryland Conservation Jobs Corps Graduates

Commemorates Program’s 10th Anniversary; Largest Graduating Class About 400 young Marylanders, ranging in age from 14 to 17, celebrated their graduation from the Maryland Conservation Jobs Corps, marking the 10th anniversary of this Maryland Department of Natural Resources program managed by the Maryland Park Service. In honor of the students’ achievements this summer and the enduring  Read the Rest…

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AccessDNR August 2019

The August 2019 edition of a monthly video newsletter hosted by Gregg Bortz.