Director of agriculture & restoration
Timothy Rosen grew up outside of Baltimore on one of the Chesapeake Bay’s most polluted tributaries. He majored in biology and minored in environmental studies at Mount St. Mary’s University and completed a master’s degree in watershed hydrology at Louisiana State University. Following graduate school he entered into Chesapeake Bay Trust’s Conservation Corps with Midshore Riverkeeper Conservancy (a ShoreRivers legacy organization). At ShoreRivers he partners with academic, state, and federal agencies to advance research on agricultural best management practices, manages restoration projects, completes watershed assessments, oversees a volunteer creekwatcher program, and works with farmers and landowners to reduce land based pollution.