Secretary Summers Archive

Capital News Service: 4th and 5th GRADE STUDENTS STUDY THE ENVIRONMENT DURING READ ACROSS MARYLAND MONTH

SILVER SPRING – 4th and 5th graders at the Sienna School learned more about climate change during a visit from Maryland Department of Environment Secretary Robert Summers. Read the article Watch the video

Department of Environment Secretary Summers marks Read Across Maryland month with students at The Siena School in Silver Spring

MEDIA CONTACTS: Samantha Kappalman or Adrienne Diaczok (410) 537-3003 samantha.kappalman@maryland.gov adrienne.diaczok@maryland.gov FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Department of Environment Secretary Summers marks Read Across Maryland month with students at The Siena School in Silver Spring Climate change and its impacts discussed (SILVER SPRING, MD)  March 12, 2014 – Maryland Department of the Environment ...Read More

**Media Advisory** Dunloggin Middle School hosts MDE for Groundwater Awareness Week celebration

MEDIA CONTACTS: Samantha Kappalman or Adrienne Diaczok (410) 537-3003 samantha.kappalman@maryland.gov adrienne.diaczok@maryland.gov FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: **Media Advisory** Dunloggin Middle School hosts MDE for Groundwater Awareness Week celebration (Baltimore, MD) March 12, 2014 – In celebration of Maryland Groundwater Awareness Week (March 9-15), Maryland Department of the Environment Secretary Robert M. Summers will ...Read More

**Media Advisory** Department of Environment Secretary Summers to mark Read Across Maryland month, discuss climate change with students at The Siena School in Silver Spring

  Contact Information: Samantha Kappalman samantha.kappalman@maryland.gov Adrienne Diaczok adrienne.diaczok@maryland.gov 410-537-3003 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: **Media Advisory** Department of Environment Secretary Summers to mark Read Across Maryland month, discuss climate change with students at The Siena School in Silver Spring (BALTIMORE, MD)  March 11, 2014 – The Maryland Department of the Environment ...Read More

WMAR: Runoff a concern as snow begins to melt across Maryland

As temperatures begin to rise and rain moves into the area, the piles of snow are starting to melt. The problem is a lot of that snow is loaded with salt and ice melt used to clear roads and sidewalks, and as it all melts that stuff is carried ...Read More

WYPR: Stormwater Rules: Tues. Feb. 18, 12-1 p.m.

Maryland’s 10 largest jurisdictions are required by law to enact a storm water fee as a way to mitigate pollution of the Chesapeake Bay. We take a look at how Baltimore and the counties are implementing the law and what grants and incentives are available to homeowners. Our guests: ...Read More
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