SALISBURY, MD – The Wicomico Neighborhood Congress will host its second “2011 Community Dialogue” on Tuesday, December 13th at Guerrieri Auditorium on the campus of Wor-Wic Community College. After a successful debate on the county’s revenue cap, the second event will focus on land use:
“Can the County’s Farmers and Environmentalists Still Be Friends?”
Second 2011 Community Dialogue
Sponsored by the Wicomico Neighborhood Congress
Tuesday Evening * December 13
the Campus of Wor-Wic Community College
From 7:00 to 9:00 PM
In the Guerrieri Auditorium on
(Plentiful Parking Available)
FOCUS: If we are ever going to clean up the Chesapeake Bay, and preserve the rural and agrarian heritage of the Lower Shore, it will require a partnership between our farmers (and especially the poultry industry) and other citizens (and especially our environmental leadership). While not always in lockstep, these community forces will come together to discuss where they agree, and where they differ – and most importantly, how they can work together in the future for the preservation and betterment of our rural County.
Featured speakers will be:
BILL SATTERFIELD of Delmarva Poultry Industry, and ALAN GIRARD of Chesapeake Bay Foundation.
Moderator is Dr. JUDITH STRIBLING of Salisbury University (NOTE: Stribling is also a board member of the Nanticoke Watershed Alliance)