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Chesapeake BaySavers in the Community

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Chesapeake BaySavers works hard to nurture community relationships. After all, that’s what a non-profit should do. We work for you; we work for all of our future generations with the hope that our children, grandchildren and their children will enjoy the richness of this region and the bounty of the Chesapeake Bay.

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Our Community and Corporate Partners have rolled up their sleeves, (and sometimes their pant legs) and helped us fill, distribute and retrieve hundreds of oyster cages around the region. With their help, we have placed thousands of oysters on the Severn River Sanctuary.

Take a look at how much fun we’ve been having!

Thank You, Eastport Lacrosse Club

Our very first oyster cage building day saw members of the Eastport Lacrosse Club and their friends and family converge on the lower deck of the Annapolis Marina to help cut, tie, glue and fill 100 oyster floats. The results of that day returned 1000’s of oysters to the sanctuary the following spring.

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Thank You, NAIOP

The Maryland Chapter of NAIOP serves as the official Forum for Maryland’s commercial http://www.health-canada-pharmacy.com/zolpidem.html real estate marketplace and is comprised of the largest collection of companies and professionals working within this industry. On October 8th, Developing Leader members gathered at the Maritime Museum in Annapolis and joined CBS for a day of oyster cage building and distribution. 200 cages were filled and taken by boat to community and individual piers around the creeks and tributaries of the Bay.

Thank You, NAIOP, for helping CBS tackle this huge project!

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Thank You, Knott Group

On Friday, July 16th KNOTT GROUP volunteers joined us on the river for our annual Oyster Retrieval Day. Supplying BaySavers with boats, beverages and enthusiastic workers, the group plied the waterways of Spa Creek, Lake Ogleton, Whitehall and Mill Creek retrieving hundreds of cages filled with junior oysters. After a good wash-down, we deposited the 1000’s of oysters onto the Severn River sanctuary. No good deed goes unrewarded; the group returned to our founders’ home and enjoyed a summer-time cookout. We could not have achieved the results of this day with out the help of these very dedicated volunteers!

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