The next Port Tobacco Green Drinks will be at the Blue Dog Saloon,7940 Port Tobacco Road, Port Tobacco MD 20677. Join us Tuesday, October 27, from 6:30 to 8:30 to meet up, make new friends, and just have fun. Enjoy Blue Dog nachos, plus the following specials:
2 for 1 house drinks, beer, wine, and liquor
Half off hand tossed pizza
$1 off local oysters
$10 for half a pound shrimps
Join us on Thursday, August 27, from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at the Port Tobacco Marina Restaurant for our next Port Tobacco Green Drinks.
Green Drinks is a social network for those who are interested in environmental issues. It’s a great way to meet up, to make new friends, to create job opportunities, and to just have fun. The Port Tobacco Marina Restaurant is located at 7536 Shirley Blvd, Port Tobacco.
Enjoy the Restaurant’s Thirsty Thursday Specials:
$2 Regular domestic drafts
The Restaurant will donate 10% of food sales to PTRC.
It’s time for another shoreline cleanup at Chapel Point State Park, 8160 Pisces Rd, Port Tobacco MD 20677. We will be there Saturday, August 1, starting at 9:00 am. We will supply bags, gloves, and drinking water.
Please come join us to have fun and to help make our river more beautiful. For more information, contact Julie at firstname.lastname@example.org or Krupa at email@example.com
Join us Thursday, April 16, as Kirk Mantay, Watershed Restoration Director of the South River Federation, tells us how they are bringing Church Creek back to life and how we can use the same practices in Charles County watersheds. The meeting is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served.
Time: 7:00 to 9:00 pm
Location: Holiday Inn Express Banquet Hall, 6860 Crain Hwy, La Plata, MD 20646
Tina Wilson, PTRC’s new water monitoring coordinator, joined Jim Long and others from the Mattawoman Watershed Society on Sunday in sampling for anadromous fish eggs at five locations in the Mattawoman Creek watershed. Anadromous fish are those, like yellow perch and herring, that migrate from the sea to fresh water to spawn. The team also measured water temperature, conductivity, and dissolved oxygen levels.
It was a bracing day to be outdoors, with gusts of wind high in the trees and swift currents in the creek and its tributaries. There were vernal pools at almost every site and many contained clusters of frog and salamander eggs. The spring peepers and wood frogs could be heard in the surrounding woods.
PTRC will be participating in the Stream Waters program sponsored by Maryland DNR this year, beginning in the next couple weeks. We will be sampling for benthic macroinvertebrates. These insect larvae, worms, crustaceans, and other small critters live in stream sediments and are indicator species of stream health. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to help out.
Save the date, Friday, March 27, 2015, 7:00 PM- 11:00 PM. It could be your lucky night!
This year’s spring fundraiser will be held at the Greater Waldorf Jaycee Center and will feature the Sam Grow Band, returning home to Southern Maryland from Nashville for one evening.
The Jaycees will offer their signature heavy hors d’oeuvres including crab cakes and carved roast beef.
Tickets are $50 each or 10 for $475 and include a free glass of wine, beer or soft drink. Buy your tickets online at porttobaccoriver.org (top, right sidebar) or email email@example.com
Enjoy a wonderful evening while supporting the Port Tobacco River Conservancy in its efforts to protect and restore the Port Tobacco River and its watershed.