Charmaine Dahlenburg

Director of Field Conservation at National Aquarium

Charmaine Dahlenburg is the Director of Field Conservation at the National Aquarium, located in the City of Baltimore. She holds an undergraduate degree in biology from Cedar Crest College and a master’s degree in environmental science and policy from Johns Hopkins University. With 18 years’ experience working in urban ecosystems, engaging communities in hands-on habitat restoration, she has focused most recently on floating wetland technology as a means of re-envisioning postindustrial waterfronts as functioning ecosystems.

Her most recent project includes building the science behind the benefits of floating wetlands as the National Aquarium embarks on a Waterfront Campus Plan to introduce up to 15,000-square-feet of floating wetlands in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.


Learn to Float: Building Resilience with Human-Made Wetlands

Monday, June 20
2:30 PM - 3:45 PM