Our plan was to give up our time to aid a Sligo Creek cleanup, but we quickly found that we received so much more than we gave.
Won-ok and I saunter toward the Sligo Creek woods on the first...
Won-ok and I head down to the University Boulevard stormwater retention ponds...
The beauty of listening to Canada geese in concert gets marred by sight of pollution in Sligo Creek. The good news is that we can stop pollution at its source.
Santa was overly generous on the Northwest Branch today when he gave us a bottomless bag of our favorite kind of Christmas gifts -- nature!
A great blue heron, "Norm," makes a spectacular entrance at the ol' Sligo Creek water bar, catches a fish and washes it down with some frosty cold water.
Incredible luck greeted us for a second consecutive New Year's Day. Forget Happy New Year. Let's make it Happy Heron Year!
Hard rain and stormwater runoff can produce dramatic landscape changes overnight. Check out our videos that show a Sligo Creek gully before and after rain.
The best way to stop plastic pollution from killing our watersheds and ourselves is to to change our behavior and fight it at its source.
I spent a recent Saturday morning volunteering with the Montgomery Parks Weed Warrior Program to combat invasive species along Sligo Creek. I loved it!
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