Updated: June 1, 2023
Losing Your Trees to the Sea? (FS-2022-0645)
Woodlands in low-lying areas of Maryland’s Lower Eastern Shore may be vulnerable to flooding and saltwater intrusion as sea levels rise. This fact sheet presents information about the options available to landowners whose woodlands may be affected. Authors: Dr. Kate McClure, and Agnes Kedmenecz; Title: Losing Your Trees to the Sea? (FS-2022-0645)
Updated: September 7, 2022
Guidance for Using Maryland's 2018 Sea Level Rise Projections
Incorporating sea level rise projections into projects can help increase resilience to future conditions. Guidance for Using Maryland’s 2018 Sea Level Rise Projections provides a step-by-step approach for selecting sea level rise estimates based on the report Sea-Level Rise Projections for Maryland 2018 to use in planning, regulatory, or site-specific projects.
Updated: May 13, 2021
Adoption of Household Stormwater Best Management Practices
This report summarizes the findings of a household survey conducted by the University of Maryland (UMD) regarding the adoption of stormwater best management practices (BMPs), including rain gardens, rain barrels, low fertilizer lawn care, and conservation landscaping.