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Stumped by This Urban Corn Mystery

The mysterious corn is up and growing tall once again in our local park. We don’t know for sure where it comes from, but for the last two years, several plants have sprouted out of the stumps left by the county when some ancient trees were cut down due to disease. Last years’ plants got Read More →

More Visions Needed for MNCPPC’s Vision 2030

My good friend and fellow MoCo environmentalist Kit Gage recently let me know that she’d contacted the people at our local parks department to let them know her thoughts about the Vision 2030 plan they’d drafted after reading an email I’d circulated on the topic. Kit’s own email on the topic was so good I Read More →

Look Into the Murky Crystal Ball: MNCPPC’s Vision 2030 Report

Ever wish you could sit down in front of a crystal ball to see what the future will look like for our area? Last week I attended a feedback session hosted by the Maryland National Park and Planning Commission (MNCPPC). They were gathering final comments and reactions to Vision 2030, a plan which will ultimately Read More →