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Governor Hogan Restores and Protects Funding for Land Conservation and Preservation Programs

Governor Larry Hogan signed HB 462, a bill that restores and protects state funding to transfer tax-funded land conservation, preservation and recreation programs, into law this morning at an event at the State House. Maryland Department of Natural Resources Secretary Mark Belton, Assistant Secretary Daryl Anthony, and Land Acquisition and Planning Director Emily Wilson were all  Read the Rest…


Nearly 3,500 Acres on Eastern Shore Added to Chesapeake Forest Land

Program Open Space Acquisition to Benefit Maryland’s Natural Resource-Based Economies In one of the largest acquisitions of its kind, the Board of Public Works today approved funding to secure 3,486 acres of prime forest land on Maryland’s Lower Eastern Shore for economic, environmental and recreational purposes. The Maryland Department of Natural Resources will manage the  Read the Rest…


Love Maryland’s Outdoors? There’s an App for That!

DNR launches mobile app featuring recreation opportunities and news updates Enjoying Maryland’s great outdoors has never been easier with the Department of Natural Resource’s new mobile app! The AccessDNR app provides the State’s hunters, anglers, boaters, park-goers ─ anyone seeking outside adventure ─ all of the latest in nature-related recreation, information and news right at  Read the Rest…




DNR to Host Outdoor Recreation Input Meeting

Who: Open to the Public What: Central Region Outdoor Recreation Evaluation When: June 19 from 6 to 8 p.m. Where: Howard County Robinson Nature Center, 6692 Cedar Lane, Columbia Cost: Free The Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is asking citizens for their thoughts on State parks and lands at a public input meeting, or through a  Read the Rest…


State Outdoor Recreation Survey Now Online

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) encourages Marylanders to share their thoughts on State parks and lands through a quick and easy online survey. The survey asks a variety of multiple choice and open ended questions that will help DNR determine which outdoor recreation facilities, programs and services do and do not meet the  Read the Rest…





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AccessDNR July 2016
The July 2016 edition of a monthly video newsletter hosted by Anna Lucente-Hoffmann.

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