Recovering America’s Wildlife Act
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Recovering America’s Wildlife Act

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The Recovering America’s Wildlife Act (RAWA) is a special once-in-a-generation piece of conservation legislation. If passed, it dedicates roughly 1.4 billion dollars to restoration efforts across the country aimed at…

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DFTU’s First Online Auction

As our members certainly know, COVID-19 brought unanticipated disruptions to all aspects of our health and social lives, including to the Doc Fritchey chapter’s annual fund-raising banquet, which was scheduled…

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Old Men and Redbuds

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Thanks to the generous help of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, the chapter planted additional trees along the east bank of our streambank restoration project on Snitz Creek in North Cornwall…

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Quittapahilla Water Monitoring Program

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Our monitoring program for the Quittapahilla Watershed is off to a slow start, partly because of restrictions related to the COVID 19 pandemic. But, lately, we have picked up the…

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Good for the Environment? You Decide!

As many of you know, the work that we do as a grassroots conservation organization often encounters headwinds, not the least of which is climate change. The science behind climate…

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2020 Fundraiser Moves to Online

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Traditionally, the Doc Fritchey Chapter raises almost all the money we need to carry out our conservation and stewardship mission on one evening in late winter, at our annual conservation…

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