Category: General

September 22, 2021

Bay Loving Landscape Campaign

This weekend, we are launching a Bay Loving Landscapes Campaign. Learn about the 40% rebate for native plants here. Below is a list of resources to help homeowners replace portions […]

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September 13, 2021

Public Meeting for Broad Creek Valley Permit Modification

The Arundel Rivers Federation is pleased to begin the restoration and stabilization of another eroding stream located within the Broad Creek watershed in Annapolis, MD. The Federation uses science, restoration, […]

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August 5, 2021

My Year with Arundel Rivers

For those of you who have been following along or those I am reaching for the first time, hello! My name is Chloe Obara and for the past 12 months […]

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August 3, 2021

One Shell of a Year: Studying Oyster Reefs on the South River

In the South River, hundreds of millions of oysters have been raised and released on over a dozen oyster reefs. However, at many of these reefs, no one has been […]

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August 2, 2021

The Effect of Fishery Pressure on Oyster Reefs in the South River

Click the link below to read Chloe Obara’s 2020-21 capstone report! Obara Oyster Capstone Final   See a summary  of Chloe’s oyster research here. Learn more about Chloe’s year with […]

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July 30, 2021

Update from Summer Intern, Isaac Edmundson

This summer internship has exceeded my personal expectations. I have learned much more than I expected. The experience has made it clear to me that I am interested in working […]

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July 26, 2021

Camp Woodlands Construction Starts

In 2016, Arundel Rivers installed some step pools to slow and filter stormwater running off Riva Road at the Girl Scout’s Camp Woodlands. Anne Arundel Bureau of Watershed Protection and […]

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June 29, 2021

Osprey Chick Rescued

On Monday, June 28th, one of the two Osprey chicks fell out of the nest! Luckily, it fell only a few inches onto a black shingled roof, but still those […]

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Cool Time Lapse Video of Herrington Harbor

Here is a great time lapse video of the 2nd small bioretention project that Arundel Rivers installed at Herrington Harbor North Marina.  The site has since been planted with wetland […]

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June 17, 2021

Thousands of Cicadas Wash Up

            Thousands of cicadas were washed up on the shore of Herring Bay Friday morning, part of a veiny-winged tide of bugs found on boat […]

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