Friday, 04/05/2024: Magothy River Assn presents the State of the Magothy (Arnold MD)

Sally Hornor will present the Magothy River Index for 2023, a report card for water quality monitoring results.  Caitlin Sporik, PE, of Baylands Environmental Consulting will discuss stream restoration activity on the Mill Creek subwatershed.  MRA activities for the year will be presented.

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Posted March 3, 2022

Wednesday, 03/16/2022: Magothy River Association’s State of the Magothy (Zoom from Severna Park, MD )

Join the Magothy River Association to hear about the 2021 Magothy River Index, presented by Sally Hornor.  Tim Tumelty will give a presentation on the  partnership with the Anne Arundel Community College Drone Center and our work to monitor submerged aquatic grasses by drone.  We will also hear about the MRA Construction Monitoring Program from…

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Posted April 1, 2020

The State of the Magothy for 2019 has been released

The Magothy River Assn is pleased to release their 2019 Magothy Index.  We were able to document improvements in water quality with respect to water clarity, concentrations of dissolved oxygen, and acreage of submerged aquatic vegetation.  Please follow this link to our website and then click on full report for details:

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Posted March 12, 2020

State of the Magothy Postponed

Sorry to say that our March 27 State of the Magothy event is postponed till further notice.  We will still issue our Magothy Index for 2019 however.  Stay tuned for some good news about the 2019 Index.

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Posted March 2, 2020

March 27, 2020: State of the Magothy (Arnold, MD)

The Magothy River Assn will present their annual Magothy Index Doors open at 6:30 to view exhibits and network, talks begin at 7.  Presentations include the 2019 Magothy Index, an update on sewer upgrades in the Magothy watershed and a talk on Native American artifacts of this region.

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Posted April 9, 2019

The Future of Sustainable Water Supply in Anne Arundel County and Southern Maryland, sponsored by the Chesapeake Environmental Protection Assn.

As part of an overall integrated strategy for water supply sustainability and nutrient management obligations, the Anne Arundel County Department of Public Works is exploring a concept to arrest declining groundwater levels by augmenting the natural recharge of the aquifers.  “Managed Aquifer Recharge” injects highly treated wastewater via an advanced water treatment process into the aquifer system. …

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