Phase II: Identifying Sites in Maryland for EFS with Maximum Environmental Impact

Phase II:  Identifying Sites in Maryland for EFS with Maximum Environmental Impact

With the support of a 2017 Janice Hollmann Grant from the Maryland Environmental Trust (MET), UER will use the GIS maps and data sets from Phase I of this project to identify optimal sites for Eco-Functioning Spaces in Montgomery and Prince George's Counties.

2016 RiverSmart Rain Garden Performance Study: Examining Long-Term Stewardship and Performance of RiverSmart Rain Gardens

2016 RiverSmart Rain Garden Performance Study:  Examining Long-Term Stewardship and Performance of RiverSmart Rain Gardens

Urban Ecosystem Restorations, Inc. (UER), together with its partners The Landscape Architecture Foundation (LAF) and the University of Maryland’s College of Agriculture & Natural Resources (UMD), completed a 2016 RiverSmart Innovation Grant.  The findings of our study will be posted in the coming weeks.

Phase I: Using GIS to Identify Areas in Maryland for EFS with Maximum Environmental Impact

Phase I:  Using GIS to Identify Areas in Maryland for EFS with Maximum Environmental Impact

With the support of a 2016 Janice Hollmann Grant from the Maryland Environmental Trust (MET), a statewide land trust and independent unit of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, UER has developed a series of GIS maps and strategic search capabilities to identify optimal locations for Eco-Functioning Spaces in Montgomery and Prince George's Counties.