A great blue heron lifted off from the stream bank in Washington Park, flapping its wings as it soared above a row of orange plastic fencing and bare earth along the creek. Nearby, a shiny-headed mallard floated in a small pond beneath an elm tree, and a kingfisher flitted from rock to rock amid the ripples.
Restoring Lick Run to healthMay 13, 2020
Biochar: Ancient Technology Enhances On-Farm Water Quality
The old saying, “there is nothing new under the sun”, holds true with the rediscovery and renewed interest in the benefits of biochar. Biochar is a carbon-rich product created by…READ
Clean Water, Fine Wine- DeJon Vineyard Stream and Wetland Restoration
Ecotone met the Wilkerson family a few years ago when they were looking for a contractor to enhance a wetland site on their farm in Baltimore County. The Wilkersons moved…READ