Deforestation in the Chesapeake Bay watershed has led to severe stream bank erosion, runoff pollution, and exasperated impacts from flooding; all resulting in poor of water quality and steam health. These trees will create a  riparian forest buffer to protect the Monocacy River, a drinking water source for over 75,000 residents in Frederick.

Deforestation in the Chesapeake Bay watershed has led to severe stream bank erosion, runoff pollution, and exasperated impacts from flooding; all resulting in poor of water quality and steam health. These trees will create a riparian forest buffer to protect the Monocacy River, a drinking water source for over 75,000 residents in Frederick.

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Maintenance

Did you know Stream-Link maintains each site for 3 years to guarantee at least an 85% survival rate? We are hard at work during the "off season" to make sure the newly planted trees are surviving and that we have supplies ready for the next planting season. Maintenance work involves physical labor and volunteers should be comfortable working in wild outdoor areas. Sign up by clicking the box below. We will add you to the list and keep you informed of opportunities to help with maintenance.

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