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Maryland Fishing Report: June 20

Fishing offers many things to many people, and they all have their own reasons why it’s so special. For some it’s an adventurous location or pursuit of a certain fish, usually preceded by a lot of study and anticipation before the big trip. For others it may be the unwinding process from a stressful day.  Read the Rest…


Maryland Fishing Report: June 13

Many of us who have spent a lifetime fishing remember the first fish we ever caught. For some, that memory might include a tough and pugnacious little rascal called the bluegill sunfish. It has a habit of attacking most any bait with total abandon and have the fighting strength of a bull – making it  Read the Rest…


26 Maryland Parks and Playgrounds Receive $2.5 Million in Funding

Now Accepting Grant Applications for Next Year The Maryland Department of Natural Resources announced the awarding of 26 Community Parks and Playgrounds Program grants – totaling $2.5 million – to local municipalities across Maryland. From new playground equipment in Bowie and softball field lights in Delmar to tennis court repairs in Friendsville and new basketball courts in Vienna,  Read the Rest…


Kent County to Host Arbor Day Celebration

Partners to Name Poster Contest Winners, Provide Free Seedlings The Kent County Forestry Board will announce the county’s 2018 Arbor Day Poster Contest winners and celebrate Chestertown’s 37th anniversary as a Tree City USA participant on April 24 at 1:15 p.m. in the Kent County Courthouse Courtyard on Cross Street. In case of inclement weather the  Read the Rest…


Weekly Fishing Report: November 15

Cold weekend temperatures have descended on just about every location in Maryland, putting an end to any summer plants and many of those pesky insects that were lingering into November. Cold weather is also pushing freshwater and saltwater fishing closer to a winter pattern. This is a time of great transition and great opportunity for  Read the Rest…


Funds Available to Preserve and Revitalize Working Waterfronts

Coastal Communities Can Apply for Grants by June 30 The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is now seeking proposals from local governments looking to invigorate their coastal communities and waterfront economies. Municipalities and counties in the coastal zone are eligible to apply for one-year grants of up to $60,000 through the department’s Working Waterfronts Program.


Inaugural Working Waterfront Enhancement Grant Recipients Selected

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources announces its recommendation of three communities for funding and technical assistance through the new Working Waterfronts Program. The enhancement grants will be used to support revitalization of existing and historical working waterfront communities and economies through planning or implementation. Pending approval from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Talbot County, the  Read the Rest…


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AccessDNR October 2018

The October 2018 edition of a monthly video newsletter hosted by Gregg Bortz.

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