Publication Date: September 2006
Publisher: Environment Maryland Research and Policy Center
Author(s): Elizabeth Ridlington; Heather Kunst; Jennifer Bevan-Dangel
Research Area: Environment
Keywords: sprawl; open space
The failure to fund Maryland's successful land conservation programs over the last few years has scaled back preservation efforts and threatened the state's unspoiled farms and forests and the health of the Chesapeake Bay. Our Natural Heritage at Risk identifies seven locations around Maryland that are threatened by development, including Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, Annapolis Neck, and Patuxent River Rural Legacy Area.
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