On Saturday, April 15th, volunteers with the Gunpowder Valley Conservancy planted 100 trees at the Maryland State Game and Fish Protective Association.
Baltimore County Councilman David Marks and local Boy Scout units helped with the effort.
The tree plantings are part of a comprehensive effort to improve water quality and enhance the environment at the 25-acre Maryland State Fish and Game Protective Association, one of the largest privately-owned environmental conservation areas in northeastern Baltimore County.
The project exceeds $143,000 and is funded by a variety of environmental foundations.
“I would like to thank the Gunpowder Valley Conservancy and everyone involved in this terrific project,” Councilman Marks said. “It is always an honor to work with Peggy Perry from the GVC on great initiatives in our area.”