Year of Project: 2003
Trees Planted:0

This project worked to establish a greenway along the Patuxent River and its tributaries in southern Ann Arundel County. It continues the cooperative approach between co… Read More

South County Coastal Plain Greenway

Year Planted: 2003

Trees Planted: 0
Location: Maryland

This project worked to establish a greenway along the Patuxent River and its tributaries in southern Ann Arundel County. It continues the cooperative approach between community groups and governmental agencies initiated with the South County Exchange’s Patuxent River Greenway effort. An outreach meeting was held in order for proper information to reach citizens and landowners. A computerized database was also developed in order to best plan greenway development.


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South County Coastal Plain Greenway

Year Planted: 2003
Trees Planted: 0
Location: Maryland

This project worked to establish a greenway along the Patuxent River and its tributaries in southern Ann Arundel County. It continues the cooperative approach between community groups and governmental agencies initiated with the South County Exchange's Patuxent River Greenway effort. An outreach meeting was held in order for proper information to reach citizens and landowners. A computerized database was also developed in order to best plan greenway development.



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