Next Meeting and Other Upcoming Events
2020 HCCA Membership Meetings are on the third Wednesday of each month (except November and December) from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at 12 Medstar Blvd, Bel Air, MD. We meet in the first floor conference room of MedStar Health.
Wednesday, January 15, 2020, 6-8 p.m.: First Meeting of 2020! Speakers: Allison and Dan Corbett on 2020 legislation to shrink the carbon footprint of Maryland agriculture.
Wednesday, Jan 8, 7:00 p.m.: Free Film: “Rising” at the Maritime Museum in Havre de Grace, MD. The film discusses the U.S. military’s response to climate change’s impact on sea level rise. Hosted by the Havre de Grace Green Team.
Sunday, Jan 12, 4-6 p.m.: “Stories of Bringing Habitate Home”. Speaker: Dr. Douglas Tallamy, University of Delaware, expert on insects and native plants. Location: Anita Leight Estuary Center, 700 Otter Point Rd, Abingdon, MD.
For updates on Juliana v United States go t0 link below or check out the podcast “No Ordinary Lawsuit”. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1kr0yivqWE3H71_J-XJwmLjBT2cIHVfE-JXrG63fG1fA/edit?usp=sharing
Category Archives: HCCA Campaigns
Kathy Tunney recommends to the county council that they look into a way to purchase the Abingdon Woods property and preserve it as a recreational park for the public. 17 Dec 2019 – Harford County Council meeting – Public Comment
Fawn Palmer, senior naturalist, remindes the Harford County Council that extinction is forever and alerts them to endangered status of the Spongy Arrowhead, Sagittaria spatulata which grows in the freshwater, tidal mud flats in the HaHa Branch where it empties … Continue reading
Aravinda Pillalamarri asks County Council to protect Abingdon Woods so that the site does not in the future become a site of air and water pollution, flooding and other environmental damage. She warns that it may become the site of … Continue reading
Carol Nau says Abingdon Business Park does not meet standards of business development and asks the Council to stand up for Harford County.
Tracey Waite calls out campaign contributions and asks if they have influenced council votes on the Abingdon Business Park which would destroy 300+ acres of wetlands in Abingdon Woods.
Lakshmi Tadepalli reads a poem about trees and asks the Harford County Council why we are destroying the wetlands for the sake of warehouses.
Abingdon Woods ecosystem services worth at least $5.4 billion over 50 years – Nancy Post to Harford County Council
#StopABP: Abingdon Woods ecosystem services worth at least $5.4 billion over 50 years – Nancy Post to Harford County Council