December 07, 2021 in Restoration Spotlight
Stormwater infrastructure projects installed in Berkeley Springs help reduce flooding and pollution.
December 02, 2021 in News
Restored reefs bring both ecological and economic benefits
December 02, 2021 in Features
The hemlock woolly adelgid threatens the future of hemlock trees in the Bay watershed and beyond.
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Eastern hemlocks are important riparian trees that can live for centuries.