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Protecting a Treasured National Park
Rock Creek Park offers centuries of history, exceptional beauty, and a chance for visitors to connect with the natural world. This special place is not only full of memories, but it allows visitors to make those memories, too. Find yourself in Rock Creek Park while enjoying what this iconic national park has to offer.
Saving the Park From Invasive Plants
Last year, with the help of a strong volunteer force and other partners like the National Park Service and Montgomery County Parks, more than 10,000 trees in Rock Creek Park were freed from English ivy. We're now targeting bush honeysuckle, an invasive bush commonly found across the Rock Creek Park watershed.
Cultivating New Park Stewards Through RC3
The Rock Creek Conservation Corps, or RC3, will accomplish critical conservation work in Rock Creek Park. The crew will see the Park's extensive physical environment and its relationship to the community, the effects of modern life on water quality, and the importance of a healthy environment.