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Local Non-Profit ACLT and Native Musician Unite to Preserve the Chesapeake

As you read this, the largest rainforest in the world, the Amazon Rainforest, is burning away at about one and a half soccer fields per minute. Deforestation is an ever-growing problem everywhere you look these days. However, there is a very passionate battle going on all around the world to preserve and protect the forests and wildlife. The American Chestnut Land Trust was formed in 1986 and bought its first property near the Chesapeake Bay in 1987 to preserve it from developers. They have been fighting this fight for Southern Maryland ever since. When planning began for ACLT’s annual “Sip & Save”– a beer-tasting fundraiser, staff went searching for a local Southern Maryland Musician. Dylan Galvin’s name popped up in the search results and he sounded perfect – he was a Southern Maryland native musician, a Berklee College of Music Graduate, he studied under John Mayer and Paul Simon, he’s shared the stage with Sam Grow and Robbie Boothe and he’s even the son of former Forest Ranger Mike Galvin, Director of SavaTree! It was a perfect fit. But it turns out although he’s from Southern Maryland, Dylan now lives in Los Angeles, CA. Miraculously, though, Dylan had scheduled a […]

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