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About ANPF

The Annapolis Neck Peninsula Federation was established in 1971 to represent the interests of member organizations regarding the responsible development of the Peninsula, and to work to insure that any change which takes place on the Peninsula will enhance as much as possible the general quality of life and the aesthetic nature of the area. The Federation supports efforts to protect the fragile environment of the area, with particular concern for threats to the ecology of the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries and to the ground water supply of the Peninsula.

Membership in the Federation is open to any community, individuals, or other organizations representing residents of the Annapolis Neck Peninsula along the boundaries of the South and Severn Rivers and Route 50 Corridor that spans the two rivers and to similar organizations outside but contiguous to those boundaries.

Contact us at ANPFederation@gmail.com if you or your community would like to join ANPF.

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