With the Maryland Senior Scientist, assists in development of Maryland office positions on environmental legislation, regulations, funding, and compliance with existing regulatory programs with a focus on issues related to water quality, climate mitigation and adaptation, and point and nonpoint source pollution. Reviews local, state, and federal regulations, policies, grant and cost share programs, as well as proposed projects for potential impacts upon surface and ground waters. Prepares comments, briefing papers, and reports that aid in the development of CBF positions on relevant issues. Assists in the review of proposed legislation and the delivery of written and oral testimony to the Maryland General Assembly. Interacts with media and concerned citizens. Represents CBF as a proxy to t

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