In early 2017, legislators in Virginia, Maryland,
and Pennsylvania drafted and passed resolutions
commending CBF on its 50th anniversary.
Pennsylvania’s Governor Tom Wolf had this to say: “I am
certain that the positive impact that CBF has made on its
communities will continue to inspire others for years
KENNY FLETCHER/CBF STAFF
B. J. SMALL/CBF STAFF
VIRGINIA: Delegate L. Scott Lingamfelter (at the
microphone) pronounced the resolution on the
floor of the House of Delegates before formally
presenting a certificate to CBF President Will Baker
(far right). Also in attendance were (left to right)
Delegate R. Lee Ware, Delegate Keith Hodges,
Delegate Betsy Carr, Delegate Chris Stolle, Delegate
Margaret Ransone, and CBF Virginia Executive
Director Rebecca LaPrell.
MARYLAND: CBF President Will Baker (second from left),
CBF Maryland Executive Director Alison Prost, and CBF Vice
President for Environmental Protection and Restoration Kim
Coble received the Maryland Proclamation on the House
floor from Speaker Mike Busch (far left).
PENNSYLVANIA: State Representative Garth Everett
presented CBF with Governor Tom Wolf’s Proclamation
commemorating CBF’s 50th anniversary and all we do by
“continually engaging in education, advocacy, and restoration.”
(left to right: CBF Pennsylvania Senior Agriculture Program
Manager Bill Chain, CBF Pennsylvania Executive Director
Harry Campbell, Representative Garth Everett;and CBF
President Will Baker).