The Mattawoman Watershed Society is an all-volunteer charitable
organization helping people to protect, preserve, and enjoy
The Algonquins called this tidal creek and river flowing into the Potomac
River "where one goes pleasantly."
More recently, it has been described by fisheries scientists as Maryland's
"most productive tributary" in the Chesapeake Bay system.
of its watershed.
Won't you join us to ensure that Mattawoman is a place where future
generations can “go pleasantly”?
Mark your calendar!Thursday, May 30, from 6:30 to 8:30 PM, a public educational forum sponsored by the Smarter Growth Alliance for Charles County will be held at the College of Southern Maryland. Featuring two exciting, respected, and knowledgeable speakers, Governor Parris Glendening and Ed McMahon. See Events below for more details.
avoided until further notice” on the East Coast"
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More information here.
This forum is of direct importance to the Mattawoman, which is declining because of poor land-use policies!
Featuring Governor Parris Glendening & Ed McMahon, Urban Land Institute
Thursday, May 30 ----- 6:30 - 8:30 PM
College of Southern Maryland
Center for Business and Industry, Room 113
How can Charles County grow smarter and have a strong economy and a healthy environment? Two exciting speakers will present opportunities and options for our future.
This forum is sponsored by the Smarter Growth Alliance for Charles County, an alliance of over twenty civic, environmental, and homeowners associations spanning local to regional levels. The Mattawoman Watershed Society is a member.
Choose Clean Water annual conference
"Clean Water Works"
June 4-5, 2013Baltimore, MD
An important annual conference that brings together people, groups, and agencies working to restore the Chesapeake Bay through local action. Registration open. Please click "Events" above for more information.