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Awareness, Going Green
As they enjoy the fruits of their labor, gardeners are also asked to give back.
Volunteers in the News, Going Green
This weekend the county will be hosting a number of events to help beautify the community from Christmas in April, a mulch giveaway and spring cleanup.
Local Connections, Going Green
The currently nameless heron appears on Maryland license plates.
A look at the history of Earth Day and ways to celebrate when you get back from work or school.
Cicadas aren't the only insect expected to pester Maryland residents this spring.
Government, Going Green
Volunteers are encouraged to help the Parks and Recreation Department beautify the park.
The distinction allows businesses to apply for state assistance under the Neighborhood
BusinessWorks loan program.
Government, Patch's House & Home, Going Green
Loans of up to $15,000 are available for a range of improvements.
The fee will be constant for three years.
The 2-to-4-foot free trees will be delivered directly to recipients' properties.
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