Coastal Bays Trust Fund. They received additional funding from the National Fish and Widlife Foundation in 2017, and NLP is using this additional funding to add habitat on private lands, which helps declining grasslands birds and pollinators while helping improve the Bay’s water quality. “Cooperative projects like this, combining the efforts of multiple organizations and landowners, are the most successful way to approach large-scale landscape conservation,” said CES Director John Seidel.” The Sassafras Natural Resource Management Area in Kent County is another property where this partnership is making changes. In 2018, 83 acres of row crops were convert-
Bobwhite and chicks at Chino Farms. received a $700,000 grant from Maryland’s Department of Natural Resources Chesapeake and Atlantic
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May 2019 Tidewater Times