University of Maryland Extension

Living Shoreline Presentation

Living shorelines utilize a combination of plants and other materials to help reduce shoreline erosion and improve water quality.

Do you own waterfront property and want to learn more about options to reduce shoreline erosion? Then plan on attending Living Shorelines 101 - Basics of Living Shoreline Practices, a presentation and site visit at Unity Church Hill Nursery, 3621 Church Hill Road, Church Hill, MD. The event will take place on Saturday, August 29 from 10:00 a.m. to noon and is free and open to the public. Please call 410-556-6010 to reserve your space.

 Following the presentation by Jennifer Dindinger and Eric Buehl, Regional Watershed Restoration Specialists with University of Maryland Sea Grant Extension, attendees will visit nearby Camp Pecometh to view an example of a living shoreline project. Michael Jensen of Unity Landscape Design/Build, a partner in the implementation of the project, will be available at the site to talk about the design and construction process and to answer questions.

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