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Chesapeake Bay Field Office’s Measuring the Value of a Liaison Webinar Presented for Federal Highway Administration
Northeast Region, December 14, 2011
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Chesapeake Bay Field office biologist and highway liaison, Mitch Keiler, presented a webinar, Measuring the Value of a Liaison: Maryland Route 200 InterCounty Connector, as part of a webinar series sponsored by the Federal Highway Administration’s Office of Planning, Environment, and Realty’s Surface Transportation Environment and Planning Cooperative Research Program.


The December 14, 2011 webinar highlights how the Chesapeake Bay Field Office worked with federal and state partner agencies to incorporate environmental stewardship components into this toll road crossing Prince George’s and Montgomery counties in Maryland. These components included safe wildlife crossings, fish passage, turtle translocations, protection of trout streams from storm water runoff, and restoration of wetlands, forests and parklands impacted by the new road.

For more information contact:
Mitch Keiler

Federal Highway Transportation Liaison Community of Practice Webinar Southern Region
Contact Info: Kathryn Reshetiloff, 410-573-4582, kathryn_reshetiloff@fws.gov
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