POSTPONED: An Evening With Your Waterkeeper
In light of recent recommendations for reducing the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), all Blue Water Baltimore events through April 11, 2020 are postponed. Please click here to read the full message from our Executive Director.
Thank you so much for continuing to support Blue Water Baltimore. We greatly appreciate your patience as we navigate our response to COVID-19.
Join Blue Water Baltimore for a very special evening with your Baltimore Harbor Waterkeeper, Alice Volpitta. You’ll have the chance to hear directly from Alice and the rest of the Blue Water Baltimore team about the health of our waterways and how you can help to make a change.
Blue Water Baltimore will also debut our 2020 Baltimore Water Watch report on the health of Gwynns Falls, Jones Falls, Baltimore Harbor, and Patapsco River. Come enjoy light fare and drinks as we strive to answer the question, #HowsTheWaterHon?
- Tuesday, April 7, 2020
- 6 to 8pm
- University of Baltimore Student Center
- 21 West Mount Royal Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21223
- Tickets: Sliding scale ($10 suggested donation)
Meet Your Baltimore Harbor Waterkeeper
Alice Volpitta uses science and the law to protect and restore the waterways that flow into the Baltimore Harbor and Patapsco River. Alice has spent hundreds of hours patrolling and surveying Baltimore’s streams, river, and Harbor. Her areas of expertise include water quality monitoring, data management, and enforcement.
About Baltimore Water Watch
Blue Water Baltimore’s Waterkeeper team collects rigorous water quality data at 49 stations in the rivers, streams, and Harbor of the Patapsco River watershed. Our Baltimore Water Watch website allows people to view our latest readings and see how our waterways are doing in almost real time.
Click the button below to see our latest readings and previous report cards.
Blue Water Baltimore is committed to accessibility and we encourage all people to participate in our programs and events. If you anticipate needing any type of accommodation or have questions about the physical access provided, please contact Leanna Powell at (410) 254-1577 x100 or lpowell [AT] bluewaterbaltimore.org.
This event is presented with support from the University of Baltimore’s College of Public Affairs and Gordon College of Arts and Sciences.