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Chesapeake Bay

Water flowing from your landscape after rain or during irrigation can pick up sediments, fertilizers and other chemicals that pollute streams, rivers and lakes, and the Chesapeake Bay. The yard care practices you follow can lead to healthier plants and create a landscape that traps pollutants...

Bay-Wise Gardening

Saturday, May. 11, 2013 - 10:00am to 11:30am
Calvert Library - Prince Frederick Branch
Learn the small changes you can make in your gardening habits to lessen your impact on the bay and surrounding environment, thus improving the health of the bay.

Riparian Forest Buffers Slide Presentation

What is a riparian forest buffer? The following is the Riparian Forest Buffers slide presentation. The purpose of this slide presentation is to provide an overview as to what riparian forest buffers are, their functions and values, establishment, recommended species, and incentive programs. This...

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