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Ginny Barnes

President

West Montgomery County Citizens Association

HQ Phone:  (240) 777-7900

Direct Phone: (301) ***-****direct phone

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West Montgomery County Citizens Association

P.O. Box 59335

Potomac, Maryland,20854

United States

Company Description

The West Montgomery County Citizens Association was founded in 1947 as a forum for local issues. Monthly public meetings October through May feature speakers, citizen concerns, development proposals, and environmental issues relevant to our community. WMCCA's ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Vice Chair

Conservation Montgomery Inc


Story Quoting Vice Chair

The Washington Post Company


Gallery Curator

Dumbarton United Methodist Church


Artist In Residence

MD. State Arts In Education Program


Affiliations

Sierra Club

Group Executive Committee


Audubon Naturalist Society

Members


Montgomery County Sierra Club

Influential Member of the Potomac Master Plan Citizens Advisory Committee and Vice Chairwoman


Web References(94 Total References)


About Us - Conservation Montgomery

conservationmontgomery.org [cached]

Members of our Board at the 2012 Annual Meeting, above from left to right standing: Founding Board Member Mark Buscaino, and Board Members Alan Bowser, Ginny Barnes, Arlene Bruhn, Caren Madsen, Barbara Hoover, and Evan Glass.
Ginny Barnes Ginny Barnes is the Vice Chair of Conservation Montgomery. She is an environmental and civic activist who has led grassroots water quality, stormwater management and forest conservation efforts for more than 20 years. She served on both the County Water Quality Advisory Group and the Maryland Water Quality Monitoring Council. Under a grant from the Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and in collaboration with the Audubon Naturalist Society (ANS), she created a widely distributed video called Living Waters and helped the Audubon Naturalist Society start their citizen water quality monitoring program. For 10 years, she was on the Sierra Club Group Executive Committee and also served as Vice-Chair. She has been on the Legacy Open Space Advisory Group since the program began and currently serves as Co-Chair. She was part of the C&O Canal Stewardship Task Force set up by Congressman Chris Van Hollen, the Forest Conservation Task Force under M-NCPPC, and is currently a member of the County Forest Conservation Advisory Committee. Known for spearheading efforts to bring about strong environmental policies Countywide, she is President of the West Montgomery County Citizens Association and was named one of the "40 Environmentalists who made a difference in 40 Years" by the Montgomery County Council in 2010. Ginny is an exhibiting artist and the curator of an alternative art gallery space in Georgetown. She was part of the State Arts Council "Arts in Education" program, teaching textile arts residencies to students in schools throughout Maryland. Ginny is known for being passionate, eloquent, knowledgeable and an effective leader when it comes to giving a voice to environmental protection. Along with Caren Madsen from Conservation Montgomery, Ginny recently was honored for her public service with the Star Cup Award for 2011 from the Montgomery County Civic Federation. Ginny Barnes


About Us – Conservation Montgomery

conservationmontgomery.org [cached]

Members of our Board at the 2012 Annual Meeting, above from left to right standing: Founding Board Member Mark Buscaino, and Board Members Alan Bowser, Ginny Barnes, Arlene Bruhn, Caren Madsen, Barbara Hoover, and Evan Glass.
Ginny Barnes Ginny Barnes is the Vice Chair of Conservation Montgomery. She is an environmental and civic activist who has led grassroots water quality, stormwater management and forest conservation efforts for more than 20 years. She served on both the County Water Quality Advisory Group and the Maryland Water Quality Monitoring Council. Under a grant from the Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and in collaboration with the Audubon Naturalist Society (ANS), she created a widely distributed video called Living Waters and helped the Audubon Naturalist Society start their citizen water quality monitoring program. For 10 years, she was on the Sierra Club Group Executive Committee and also served as Vice-Chair. She has been on the Legacy Open Space Advisory Group since the program began and currently serves as Co-Chair. She was part of the C&O Canal Stewardship Task Force set up by Congressman Chris Van Hollen, the Forest Conservation Task Force under M-NCPPC, and is currently a member of the County Forest Conservation Advisory Committee. Known for spearheading efforts to bring about strong environmental policies Countywide, she is President of the West Montgomery County Citizens Association and was named one of the "40 Environmentalists who made a difference in 40 Years" by the Montgomery County Council in 2010. Ginny is an exhibiting artist and the curator of an alternative art gallery space in Georgetown. She was part of the State Arts Council "Arts in Education" program, teaching textile arts residencies to students in schools throughout Maryland. Ginny is known for being passionate, eloquent, knowledgeable and an effective leader when it comes to giving a voice to environmental protection. Along with Caren Madsen from Conservation Montgomery, Ginny recently was honored for her public service with the Star Cup Award for 2011 from the Montgomery County Civic Federation. Ginny Barnes


Save Seven Locks School Coalition: Civic Organization based in Bethesda and committed to accountable local government

www.save7locksschool.org [cached]

Ginny Barnes (301-762-6423)
Email: Ginnybarnes@juno.com


local, fresh, grass-fed, organic, family-owned since 1979

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Ginny Barnes, president of the West Montgomery County Citizens Association (WMCCA), adds, This is NOT representative government in any way and I'm outraged.


Conservation Montgomery - Ginny Barnes

www.conservationmontgomery.org [cached]

Ginny Barnes
Conservation Montgomery - Ginny Barnes Ginny Barnes Ginny Barnes Ginny Barnes is the Vice Chair of Conservation Montgomery. She is an environmental and civic activist who has led grassroots water quality, stormwater management and forest conservation efforts for more than 20 years. She served on both the County Water Quality Advisory Group and the Maryland Water Quality Monitoring Council. Under a grant from the Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and in collaboration with the Audubon Naturalist Society (ANS), she created a widely distributed video called Living Waters and helped the Audubon Naturalist Society start their citizen water quality monitoring program. For 10 years, she was on the Sierra Club Group Executive Committee and also served as Vice-Chair. She has been on the Legacy Open Space Advisory Group since the program began and currently serves as Co-Chair. She was part of the C&O Canal Stewardship Task Force set up by Congressman Chris Van Hollen, the Forest Conservation Task Force under M-NCPPC, and is currently a member of the County Forest Conservation Advisory Committee. Known for spearheading efforts to bring about strong environmental policies Countywide, she is President of the West Montgomery County Citizens Association and was named one of the "40 Environmentalists who made a difference in 40 Years" by the Montgomery County Council in 2010. Ginny is an exhibiting artist and the curator of an alternative art gallery space in Georgetown. She was part of the State Arts Council " Arts in Education" program, teaching textile arts residencies to students in schools throughout Maryland. Ginny is known for being passionate, eloquent, knowledgeable and an effective leader when it comes to giving a voice to environmental protection. Along with Caren Madsen from Conservation Montgomery, Ginny recently was honored for her public service with the Star Cup Award for 2011 from the Montgomery County Civic Federation.


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