Editor D. Frank Smith email@example.com
Just providing people with information is often not enough to help change their behavior to improve the environment.
Working through the process of a watershed improvement project can require patience and persistence.
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.
Despite receiving a D- grade, speakers at the 10th annual State of the Magothy meeting said there is hope for the river.
Opinion, Local Connections
Watershed Stewards Academy trains volunteers to work within communities to protect area watersheds.
The strong winds and rain from Hurricane Irene left many lawns covered with leaves and debris.
Last weekend's storms caused a build-up of debris on area storm drain grates which can reduce the flow of storm water from streets.
Pulling weeds by hand is a chemical free alternative for controlling lawn weeds.
The New York Times is reporting that Imprelis, a professionally applied lawn care herbicide developed by DuPont, may be the source of damage to new growth on certain trees and shrubs.
Experts say skip the spring feeding and only fertilize your lawn twice in the fall, once in late September and again in mid- to late October.
Advertise on Patch and reach potential customers in your backyard and beyond. Click here for more information.
Learn more »
If you want to help local causes, or your cause needs local help, your next click should be right here.
Learn more »
Enter your tip here and it will be sent straight to
D. Frank Smith and Guest Editor Susan Jenkins,
Broadneck Patch's (incredibly grateful)
Broadneck news, events, and deals sent to you daily and breaking news as it happens.
See more options
You’re now signed up!