The Southern Maryland Group is active in Charles, Calvert and St. Mary's Counties.
Fracking in Southern MD and Expanding Cove Point??
Sierra Club is hosting a public forum on the environmental and health issues surrounding the proposed expansion of the Dominion Power terminal on the Chesapeake Bay for the export of liquefied methane gas and the resultant pressure to use hydraulic fracturing to drill for gas all up and down the East Coast…even in southern Maryland.
Information on the process and problems associated with fracking and liquefied natural gas (LNG) will be presented. Del. Heather Mizeur will attend to discuss the bills before the MD General Assembly to regulate and perhaps stop fracking in Maryland.
Location: Waldorf West Branch of the Charles Co. Library on O'Donnell Place near the intersection of Smallwood and St. Patrick’s Drives just west of Rt. 301 for a program starting at 3:30 pm on Friday, March 7, 2014. Call 301-752-9612 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
for more information.
February 25, 2014: David Kanter lays down a gauntlet for BGI in the latest SGACC Facebook alert
February 15, 2014 Meeting
South Hampton HOA is hosting a Western Charles County meeting
this Saturday, Feb 15, 2014 at 10:00 am, at Bryans Road Library
(3225 Ruth B Swann Dr., Indian Head).
Delegate C. T. Wilson and Commissioner Ken Robinson are scheduled to attend.
Jim Long will present a PowerPoint presentation of the Comprehensive Plan.
Please plan to attend -- reach out to your friends and neighbors and invite them to attend!
Two of the Maryland Sierra Club's Conservation Campaigns are focused on the Southern Maryland area. Saving Mattawoman Creek is a Priority Campaign for the Club, as is preventing liquid natural gas exports at Cove Point. Learn more at the webpages of the Maryland Chapter's Conservation Campaigns:
Maryland Chapter/Conservation/Clean Water/Save Mattawoman Creek
Maryland Chapter/Conservation/Energy/Beyond Natural Gas/Stop Cove Point Exports
Check the page for Outings and Activities in Southern Maryland and plan to come along on our next outdoor adventure or work day.
Attend a meeting of the Southern Maryland Group, or volunteer to serve on the Executive Committee. Contact any of our current volunteer leaders.