Rock Creek Blog
Native Plant Spotlight: Chestnut Oak (Quercus prinus)
This Chesnut Oak in Battery Kemble Park is a champion for a reason! It is the largest individual tree of its species in the country. Yes, I said "individual." Each of these "trunks" is part of the same tree!
This week we worked on erosion control at Woodend Sanctuary, headquarters of Audubon Naturalist Society.
RC3 is learning about the Watershed. Here are the top 3 things they want you to learn too.
Learn through the eyes of the Rock Creek Consevation Crews!
Above: Suited and booted! These Rock Creek Conservation Corps crew members are getting ready to go canoeing.
They will learn to work as a team while exploring the watershed that they will spend the summer protecting.
Hands will be dirtied! Knowledge will be gained! Relationships will be forged! Doors will be opened! Blogs will be written?
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