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Somerset County Farmland Protected

Maryland Environmental Trust Conserves 30 Acres A new conservation easement totaling 30.2 acres will permanently protect important farmland in Westover, located in Somerset County. Landowner Frederick Howard donated the easement to the Maryland Environmental Trust to safeguard its resources and his family’s legacy.

Partnership Permanently Protects 320 acres in Baltimore County

Three new conservation easements totaling 320 acres will permanently protect important Baltimore County forest and farmland from development. Cunningham Farms, LLC, and Ivy Hill Properties, LLC, donated the properties to be conserved through a partnership by the Maryland Environmental Trust, The Manor Conservancy and The Land Preservation Trust.

Registration Open for the Maryland Land Conservation Conference

This year’s Maryland Land Conservation Conference will feature engaging educational workshops and peer-to-peer networking to highlight land conservation issues affecting our state. Hosted by the Maryland Environmental Trust, the gathering will take place on April 30 and May 1 at The Conference Center at the Maritime Institute in Linthicum Heights.

Governor O’Malley Recognizes Landowners for Protecting Scenic and Natural Areas

Governor Martin O’Malley and the Maryland Environmental Trust (MET)  hosted more than 100 guests at a reception last night at the Government House in Annapolis to honor land donors and recognize volunteers. Governor O’Malley recognized 30 landowners from across the State for their private land donations to MET, from November 2012 through today. These conservation  Read the Rest…

Keep Maryland Beautiful Grants Awarded to 21 Schools and Organizations across the State

The Maryland Environmental Trust (MET) awarded a total of $9,000 to 21 community groups and schools across the State to restore streamside habitats, create community gardens and educate citizens about the environment as part of the Keep Maryland Beautiful program. “MET is pleased to provide financial assistance to schools and nonprofit groups to promote environmental  Read the Rest…

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AccessDNR November 2015
The November 2015 edition of a monthly video newsletter hosted by Karis King.