[BSW] Plant walk - Bread baking - Bird walk - Tree benefits - Potomac sharks - More....
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Fri Jun 13 00:40:19 BST 2014
June 14 - 8 a.m. Plant Walk at Antietam National Battlefield - Snavely's
Burnside Bridge parking: https://goo.gl/maps/CV46y
June 14 - Gardening activities and artisan bread baking - 11am-2pm
Washington Co. Rural Heritage Museum - north of Sharpsburg
June 14 - Preserving Flowers and Plant Material - 9:00am to 12:00pm
June 21 - Bird Walk at NCTC - Registration required
June 21 - Master Naturalist Class: Natural History of Fish
June 24 - Echoes of Their Wings: The Passenger Pigeon and its Legacy
Lecture and book signing by Joel Greenberg, author of A Feathered River
Across the Sky: The Passenger Pigeon’s Flight to Extinction.
Lots of events coming up with the Howard County Conservancy
Grasses of Washington, D.C. - new Smithsonian publication - available
online for free
The Maryland Forest Service is offering to plant trees on your property’s
lawn free of charge if you have more than one acre of turf.
TREE BENEFITS: GOOD MUNICIPAL ECONOMICS
Leyland cypress suffering winter's fallout
2 bull sharks caught in Potomac River
Hagerstown Eagle Scout builds a 'green' greenhouse
How Does a Chicken Tell Time?
World's largest vertical garden has bloomed in Singapore
Why a St. Bernard Will Not Save You in the Alps
Canadian "smart bike" gets big Kickstarter push
Who Owns The Air? The Fight Over Drones
The most beautiful, weird and wonderful trees in America
Nope this isn't photoshop, this blood red waterfall is 100% real
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