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April 2019

Volunteer Tree Planting

April 27
Waterside Community Frederick, MD United States + Google Map

Deforestation in the Chesapeake Bay watershed has led to severe stream bank erosion, sedimentation, runoff pollution, and exasperated flash floods; all resulting in poor of water quality and steam health. These trees will create a forest buffer to conserve and protect the Monocacy River, a drinking water source for over…

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Tree Planting at Dueling Creek

April 27 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Colmar Manor Park Colmar Manor, Maryland + Google Map

Volunteers will help us to plant trees in the wetlands at Dueling Creek, a tributary of the Anacostia River! Planting trees will help to manage stormwater and filter surface water before it goes into the Anacostia River. Planting trees will also help to reduce sedimentation and provide wildlife habitat. By participating…

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Montgomery County Greenfest

April 28
Brookside Gardens, 1800 Glenallan Avenue
Wheaton, Maryland
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On Sunday, April 28, 2019, GreenFest will be at Brookside Gardens with more of what you love, and located in one of the County's best natural treasures. Enjoy live musicians, drummers and dancers Kids tree climbing More than 80 vendors and exhibitors The electric vehicle and car show Food trucks…

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Spring is here! Nature Hike

April 28 @ 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Occoquan Regional Park, 9751 Ox Rd
Lorton, Virginia
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Spring season has arrived! Explore the visible changes that can be seen in animal behaviors and plant life. This adventure shows how a forest bursts alive with wildlife, excitement and activity. Ages 8 and older. This program will be led by NOVA Parks Roving Naturalist, David Garcia. For more information…

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May 2019

Potomac Paddle Trip, Brunswick to Monocacy Aqueduct

May 18
Brunswick Brunswick, Maryland + Google Map

Paddle trip on the Potomac from Brunswick to the Monocacy Aqueduct (approx. 13 miles) organized by the C&O Canal Association. For more information and to make reservations, contact canoemaster@candocanal.org.

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June 2019

A group of people walking in the woods.

Hike in Frederick City Watershed

June 8 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Frederick Municipal Forest, Frederick, Maryland + Google Map

Frederick City Watershed Hike ICPRB's Walk in the Woods Series, June 8, 2019, 10:00am The flora, fauna, and natural history of the Potomac River basin will be discussed on this light hike through the Frederick  Municipal Forest. The concepts of watershed management, water resources, and drinking water source protection will…

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One-day paddle trip on the Monocacy River

June 9
Monocacy River Watershed Frederick, Md + Google Map

One-day paddle trip on the Monocacy River. Reservations are required and paddlers must provide their own canoe/kayak and gear. For more information and to make reservations, contact Barbara Sheridan (canoemaster@candocanal.org or 301-752-5436).

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Paddle on the Monocacy River

June 9
Monocacy River Watershed Frederick, Md + Google Map

C&O Canal Association's One-day paddle trip on the Monocacy River. Reservations are required and paddlers must provide their own canoe/kayak and gear. For more information and to make reservations, contact Barbara Sheridan (canoemaster@candocanal.org or 301-752-5436).

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July 2019

Paddle on the Potomac

July 13
Potomac River

Paddle trip from Rileys Lock (Seneca) through the old Potowmack Canal on the Virginia side of the Potomac to Pennyfield Lock (approx. 4.5 miles). This trip takes only about 4 or 5 hours, but is challenging with numerous rocks and ledges in the old canal. Reservations are required and paddlers…

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Paddle trip from Rileys Lock

July 13
Riley’s Lockhouse Poolesville, Maryland + Google Map

C&O Canal Association Paddle trip from Rileys Lock (Seneca) through the old Potowmack Canal on the Virginia side of the Potomac to Pennyfield Lock (approx. 4.5 miles). This trip takes only about 4 or 5 hours, but is challenging with numerous rocks and ledges in the old canal. Reservations are…

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