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65 Trees Planted at Queen Anne’s County High School

Wetlands Created to Control Stormwater Runoff The Maryland Department of Natural Resources joined Queen Anne’s County High School students Nov. 14 to plant 65 trees at the Centreville school. The department funded the project with a $44,000 grant from the Chesapeake and Atlantic Coastal Bays Trust Fund.

Stream Restoration Challenge to Award More Grants

Open to local governments, schools and NGOs The Stream Restoration Challenge is once again accepting applications from local governments, school systems, and non-governmental organizations looking to carry out projects to improve Chesapeake Bay water quality and create service learning and environmental literacy activities for students. Through this program, the State and its partners will award  Read the Rest…

April is Environmental Education Month

 Governor Martin O’Malley has proclaimed April Environmental Education Month in Maryland in recognition of public and private efforts to help children connect with and learn about their natural world. “Maryland has become a national leader in quality public education, and environmental literacy has become a vital tool to help us build a better future for  Read the Rest…

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