• CRC Letter to Centreville Town Council on Carter Farm Proposal (5/8/2022) - The property known as the Carter Farm on Chesterfield Avenue in Centreville, is some of the last remaining undeveloped land within the town. Because the property has significant waterfront along the Corsica River, CRC has closely tracked proposals for its … Continued
  • Join the Annual Corsica Clean Up on March 20 (3/5/2022) - Winter has revealed an ugly accumulation of trash along roadways and streams that feed into the Corsica River. Not only is the trash an embarrassing eyesore that does not reflect our community, but it is dangerous to birds, waterfowl, and … Continued
  • Release of NOAA-led Report on Sea Level Rise (2/19/2022) - Sea level rise is accelerating. According to a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration-led report recently released, the United States is expected to experience as much sea level rise by the year 2050 as it witnessed in the previous hundred years, … Continued
  • It’s Time for the Bird Count (2/18/2022) - The national bird count is happening from February 18th through the 21st this year. The count is a great event for the serious birder and the curious beginner. Photos are encouraged and we would love to post yours on the … Continued
  • General Assembly 2022 Legislative Initiatives (2/17/2022) - The Maryland General Assembly is now in session and considering a number of bills with implications for the Bay and the Corsica watershed. A few of them are highlighted below. Contact our District 36 representatives to voice your opinion. Sen … Continued
  • Some Winter Reminders on Salt Use (1/4/2022) - With this week’s winter storm, icy roads and walkways can become a hazard. Salt is often used, and often overused, as a safety measure. One study suggests that 70 percent of salt applied to roads stays with the region‚Äôs watershed … Continued
  • Gaps in the Comprehensive Plan Draft (12/3/2021) - The public has been asked to comment on the County’s draft Comprehensive Plan. CRC has been providing comments throughout the process based on the longstanding restoration strategy for the Corsica–what’s best for the river and for the watershed. If you … Continued
  • Act Now to Influence the County’s Comprehensive Plan (11/22/2021) - The Planning Commissioners have released a plan to guide the County’s development for the next 10 years. CRC strongly supports the Plan’s Vision to preserve the County as a quintessential rural community and the guiding principles that emphasize being a … Continued
  • Time to Invest Those Fallen Leaves (11/16/2021) - All of a sudden, it seems, the leaves have fallen. It’s the time of year to take advantage of their benefits. Fallen leaves form a blanket that protects roots and critters from the coming winter. Over time, microorganisms break down … Continued
  • Beautiful But Deadly: Spotted Lanternfly (10/27/2021) - 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. https://news.maryland.gov/mda/press-release/2020/05/21/department-confirms-first-spotted-lanternfly-hatch-of-2020/ The insect can destroy agriculture crops, including corn and … Continued