Chris Lancette practices a little social distancing at the University Boulevard retention pond dam along Sligo Creek.
Greg Goodwin and his son Gabriel reflect on why it is so important to them to volunteer their time removing Japanese barberry from the banks of Sligo Creek, located in Wheaton, Maryland. The shrub is one of many invasive species plants overtaking the creek and threatening native plants and wildlife. The duo volunteered with the Montgomery Parks Weed Warrior Program at a work session organized by Friends of Sligo Creek.
Host Chris Lancette reflects on a day well spent – joining neighbors to fight invasive species and protect native plants and animals along Sligo Creek in Wheaton (Silver Spring), Maryland.
Host Chris Lancette sits on a log and interviews Jim Anderson, a long time Montgomery County and Friends of Sligo Creek volunteer. He’s leading today’s charge against a patch of Japanese barberry, one of many invasive species that are killing native plants and animals at Sligo Creek.
Pull up a seat next to the Sligo Creek retention ponds, in Silver Spring, Maryland, let the wind blow through your hair, and watch the grass shimmer in the winter sun.
We snagged a front-row seat to something akin to a jazz musician jam session performed by these Canadian geese along Sligo Creek in Wheaton, Maryland.
Eye On Sligo Creek rings in the new year with a stroll along Sligo Creek in Wheaton (Silver Spring), Maryland. Host Chris Lancette tells stories about spending the morning with a great blue heron, Henry David Thoreau, and a bit of what we hope to accomplish with our new passion project.