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Hyattsville Community Cleanup

Volunteers will help the Anacostia Watershed Society and Prince George’s County Young Democrats with a community cleanup south of Ager Road and James Town Road in Hyattsville, Maryland! By participating in this event, volunteers will help us to cleanup the … Continue reading

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Outdoor Movie

Joint program with the City of College Park. Join us at 6:30 for activities ahead of a movie at 7:30.

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Freshwater Mussel Restoration Workday

Registration is required!! Register here: https://anacostiaws.salsalabs.org/81519lastfreshwatermusselrestorationworkday/index.html Note: This event is weather dependent Date: Thursday, August 15, 2019 Time: 9:00 am – 1:30 pm Meeting Location: For this Mussel Restoration Workday, we will split into 4 groups to go to 7 … Continue reading

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See Striking Nature Photos from the Anacostia

Jenny Glenn is a computer specialist who works for the federal government, but in her spare time she takes striking nature photos along the Anacostia River near the Route 1 corridor. The University Park resident uses an Android smartphone when … Continue reading

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Track Route 1 BioDiversity on iNaturalist App

Local naturalists are turning to their smartphones to track and document the diversity of plants and animals along the Route 1 corridor. Using the popular iNaturalist app on iPhones and Android, area bird watchers, riverkeepers and amateur arborists are doing … Continue reading

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Welcome to Pawpaw Season Along Route 1

September is the beginning of pawpaw season along the Route 1 corridor in places like Greenbelt Park and the Emerson Street Food Forest in Hyattsville. You may be forgiven if you’ve never heard of North America’s largest edible fruit, which is the size of … Continue reading

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