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Blog Post by Brandt Dirmeyer
Brandt Dirmeyer, Chesapeake Bay Trust Conservation Corps Member
June 30, 2017
On a sunny, pleasant morning, after analyzing budget expenditures at the office, I walked through the Oella & Ellicott City Entrance Garden with Paul Farragut, the volunteer garden manager. He highlighted to me certain features of the garden that I will be detailing in this blog. At the bottom of the blog is a numbered key for the above watercolor depiction of the garden, drawn by John Slater.

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Blog Post by Samantha Parker
Samantha Parker
June 29, 2017
My name is Samantha Parker, and I am interning this summer with the Patapsco Heritage Greenway. I am a current graduate student enrolled in the Public history program at UMBC. The project that I am researching this summer is for a UMBC Public History graduate class that will take place in the Fall of 2017. The class, entitled Introduction to Public History, is based in different towns or regions of Maryland, changing each semester. Read more....
Blog Post by Brandt Dirmeyer
Brandt Dirmeyer, Chesapeake Bay Trust Conservation Corps Member
June 20, 2017
As part of the Chesapeake Conservation Corps experience, a handful of corps-members wrote an application to host an All Hands on Deck project at their host site. For an All Hands on Deck, the corps-members spend the day at one corps-member's host site. Usually, there is a lecture, a service project, and a bit of fun. For our most recent AHoD, we visited Kathy Thornton, a Howard County native, at Adkins Arboretum, where we were absorbed an informative lecture by Claudia West about sustainable landscaping before we planted the entrance garden to the arboretum and canoed around Lake Tuckahoe.

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