The Gunpowder Valley Conservancy, a Baltimore County-based land trust and watershed restoration non-profit, is seeking volunteers of all ages. We have 20+ opportunities for volunteers to participate in environmental stewardship projects this Spring! All events are eligible for community service credit.
- Reforestation Projects(Tree Planting and Tree Maintenance): Everyone knows the benefits of planting trees! Our tree planting events are a great way for families and Scout groups to improve our environment. We also host tree maintenance events where volunteers remove invasive plants and make sure newly-planted trees are growing properly
- Rain Garden and Edible Bayscape workshops provide hands-on experience with Bay-Wise landscaping practices. No gardening experience necessary! Great way to learn about the native plants you can incorporate into your own yard.
- Our Adopt-a-Stream workshop educates residents on how to organize successful stream clean-ups and monitor stream hazards.
For more details and to register online, visit: www.gunpowdervalleyconservancy.org/calendar
Questions? Contact Amy Young, Clear Creeks Project Volunteer/Outreach Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (410) 404-4748.
Live or work near Glen Arm, Carney, Perry Hall, White Marsh, Middle River? Learn more about the Gunpowder Valley Conservancy’s Clear Creeks Project, a grant-funded initiative that provides homeowners, businesses, and religious organizations with discounted rates on rain barrels, rain gardens, and other Bay-Wise practices.
Coordinated by the Gunpowder Valley Conservancy, the Clear Creeks Project is a grant-funded, citizen-based initiative that helps answer a community desire to restore the water quality of the Bird River, Lower Gunpowder Falls, Middle River, and Tidal Gunpowder watersheds in Baltimore County, Maryland. Additional funding provided by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation; Chesapeake Bay Trust; Baltimore County Department of Environmental Protection and Sustainability; Baltimore Gas and Electric; and Chesapeake and Atlantic Coastal Bays Trust Fund, administered by Maryland Department of Natural Resources.