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Construction began in mid June to restore the North Cypress Branch stream bed.
Just providing people with information is often not enough to help change their behavior to improve the environment.
The Watershed Stewards Academy conducted a tour to increase awareness of local stormwater management efforts.
Working through the process of a watershed improvement project can require patience and persistence.
Despite a dry winter, my two rain gardens planted last fall are thriving.
Avoiding contact with water from the Severn or Magothy Rivers within 48 hours of a rainfall can help reduce illness due to elevated bacteria levels in the water.
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When buying native plants, make sure they are a true native variety.
These gardening accessories can help reduce pollution in the Severn and Magothy river watersheds.
When yard waste is recycled it is kept out of landfills and turned into compost.
English Ivy is a popular landscape plant, but it must be properly maintained to prevent it from becoming an invasive plant.
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