Dear Headwaters Readers,

Spring is here and allergy sufferers know this season all too well. With pollen swirling about, it’s not easy for many to enjoy this wonderful transition from winter to summer. So along with a box of tissues and an antihistamine, there’s not much you can do, but we can offer you a brief distraction – the latest issue of Headwaters. This issue has information about using water from rain barrels, why Watershed Specialists are better than dating apps, native plants, innovative use of a BMP, and a unique partnership working in the Jones Falls watershed. If you would like more information about an article or our program, our email addresses are on the last page of Headwaters.

The Maryland Sea Grant Extension Watershed Educators Team

Link to the spring issue of Headwaters (