Description: April showers bring May flowers, but sometimes those showers are so persistent that all your flowers wash away! Stormwater runoff, erosion, and management is not always on our minds but it plays a key role in Chesapeake Bay pollution. What happens on your property drains downhill, impacting your neighbors and the local watershed. Join Mariya Hudick from Tri-County/City Soil & Water Conservation District as we explore the basics of stormwater management and what role you, as a property owner, play in keeping pollution out of the Chesapeake Bay!
Mariya Hudick is the Education and Virginia Conservation Assistance Program (VCAP) Coordinator with Tri-County/City Soil & Water Conservation District. Her primary focus is to educate and motivate the local community on soil and water conservation efforts in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Mariya is a proud product of Spotsylvania County Public Schools and the University of Mary Washington, which inspired her to serve her greater Fredericksburg community as an environmental communication specialist for the past 7 years. For all your burning soil and watershed questions, Mariya is happy to be available to chat via email through [email protected]
Michelle Prysby, Virginia Master Naturalist Program Director
Zoom Recording ID: 88448971188
Meeting Time: 2022-01-26 04:30:19pm