Baltimore City, MD Envirens provided a complete inventory of the natural resources of one of metropolitan Baltimore’s regional parks for the Friends of Robert E. Lee Park organization. Mapping was completed for the geology, soils, forest stands, wildlife habitat, and water resources. With this information, the Friends of Robert E. Lee Park hoped to improve decision […]
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Howard County, MD Envirens provided value engineering for redesign and installation of plantings on a wetland bench within an existing storm water management pond. While the pond was drawn down for maintenance dredging, a previously failed wetland perimeter was renovated and replanted to provide the nutrient assimilation benefits of wetland vegetation.
Baltimore City, MD In 2008, Envirens was brought in to help with the invasive exotic vegetation control effort at The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services on Security Boulevard. The property is divided into three natural areas that are designed to be a demonstration garden and outdoor oasis for the center’s employees. Sidewalks, trails and […]
Tucker County, WV As a component of fire control for a 5-acre wildfire in the Dolly Sods wilderness, a 10-foot wide firebreak was bulldozed around the fire’s perimeter. After 7 years without vegetative cover, the processes of sediment erosion and downcutting created an 8 foot deep trench. This downcut trench was carrying water below the […]
Baltimore City, MD Envirens has been working for ten years with a private residence to remove nonnative shrubs from an existing woodland and enhance the community type with native understory flowering trees and shrubs in Baltimore, Maryland.
Anne Arundel County, MD Envirens has provided wetland delineation and permit assistance for a series of six urban stream retrofit projects incorporating Regenerative Stormwater Conveyance Wetlands in urban stream systems with a very flashy flood regime.
Baltimore County, MD Envirens has been working for nine years to convert an abandoned Christmas tree operation to a 26 acre native grassland/wildflower meadow. Multiple prescriptions included the use of controlled burns verses managed mowing as well as founder plug plantings verses no till drilling.
Carroll County, MD Envirens provided survey and conservation strategies for the endangered Northern Bog Turtle in association with a proposed subdivision. The conservation strategy incorporated expanded buffers and wetland avoidance to accommodate a smaller subdivision and at the same time, conserve Bog Turtle populations.
This year’s Turning a New Leaf Conference will be held on November 13, in Towson, MD, at the Sheraton Hotel- Baltimore North.