Beautiful But Deadly: Spotted Lanternfly

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The spotted lanternfly is the latest invasive species to be found in the Mid-Atlantic area. The first 2020 hatch of this dangerous pest was spotted in Cecil County in May. The insect can destroy agriculture crops, including corn and … Continued

Success at the Fishing Derby and Corsica River Day

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It was a busy weekend on the Corsica River. On Friday evening, September 11th, over 50 young fisherman and their families participated in Centreville’s annual Fishing Derby. The photo below shows one successful catch. And then on Sunday, the Conservancy … Continued

Mixed Results for Submerged Aquatic Vegetation (SAV)

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Underwater grasses, or SAVs, have been in the news lately as the annual observations of their spread and health has recently been released. The results show the third consecutive year of overall decline. (See However, several areas actually saw an … Continued

Letter to Planning Commissioners

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On June 24th, the Planning Commission will meet to discuss the status of and review draft chapters of Environment and Community Facilities as part of the Comprehensive Plan update. CRC has submitted the following letter to the Commissioners. We encourage … Continued