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Anacostia Watershed Restoration project plan in Prince George’s County gets green light from Chief of Engineers
Lt. Gen. Todd T. Semonite, chief of engineers and commanding general of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, has signed the Chief’s Report for the Anacostia Watershed Restoration study in Prince George’s County that recommends restoring 7 miles of instream habitat, opening 4 miles for fish passage and connecting 14 miles of stream to previously restored stream reaches.
Kick Off of Dyke Marsh Restoration Project, Largest Remaining Freshwater Wetlands in the Washington Metropolitan Area
The Baltimore District and the National Park Service will begin small-scale geotechnical drilling at Dyke Marsh Wildlife Preserve, the week of Oct. 19. This investigation is in preparation for a proposed interagency project to restore up to 100 acres of freshwater tidal marsh within the 485-acre Dyke Marsh. A 2009 study of Dyke Marsh by the NPS and the U.S. Geological Survey found that this unique ecosystem would be entirely lost by 2035 without restoration efforts. Dyke Marsh is home to more than 300 species of plants and 270 species of birds - including the only known breeding population of marsh wrens in the region.
Big Beach renourishment complete
Contractors smoothed out the last of the sand on the beach at Virginia Beach Aug. 1, completing a beach renourishment project that widened the buffer between punishing storm surge and the city’s homes, businesses and tourist attractions.
Craney Island’s oyster mitigation project set for summer launch
Oysters are expanding their real estate in the Elizabeth River and Hoffler Creek this summer.
Jennings Randolph Lake hosts annual cleanup event, seeks volunteers
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jennings Randolph Lake and the Friends of Jennings Randolph invite the public to take part in the third annual Jennings Randolph Lake cleanup event, Saturday, June 15.