Bay Journal

Craig Regelbrugge

Blame the immigrants for Bay’s woes? Or the questionable studies?

I've been blessed with the good fortune to be a Bay watershed resident, full time, since 1986. That was the same year Congress passed, and President Reagan later signed, landmark legislation intended to "fix our broken immigration system." Little did I know that 15 years later I would find myself involved in that same pursuit.

In 1986, I had just become a professional...

About Craig Regelbrugge

Craig Regelbrugge is vice president for government relations and research with the American Nursery and Landscape Association and co-chair of the Agricultural Coalition for Immigration Reform.


GreenSmith Public Affairs

(703) 623-3834
Beaver Problem?  Ecotone has the humane solution.
Clydes Sports Shop
Environmental Quality Resources
Leaders in Environmental Construction since 1991
Waterfowl Festival 2018
Easton, Maryland
Ecological Restoration, Sustainable Design Solutions
Ecological Construction, Restoration, Consulting, Mitigation, Credits
Ernst Seeds
A Smith Island family ponders the future:
remain on the island where they been rooted for generations or move to the mainland
Stormwater Maintenance & Consulting.  WE PROTECT AND RESTORE.
High Tide in Dorchester

Copyright ©2018 Bay Journal / Bay Journal Media / Advertise with Us

Terms of use | Privacy Policy