Roundtable HUB

Seed Bombs For The Buffer Zone- Earth Day 2024

Stop by Beaverdam Park and make a seed bomb to drop in the buffer zone. What is a seed bomb? It’s a mixture of soil, air dry clay and wildflower seeds. You mix them together, then toss them into the lake buffer zone that we are building to fight erosion. Join the fun and help […]

Enhancing soil health and rewilding our landscapes one stream at a time

Stream and floodplain restoration has become a billion-dollar industry in the United States (US) and is a popular management practice in the mid-Atlantic US. Floodplains are being restored to enhance hydrologic connectivity, reduce sediment erosion, and enhance runoff nitrogen removal via processes like denitrification. While these restorations have yielded important water quality benefits, much of […]

Incorporating Climate and Environmental Justice into Research and Resource Management

In partnership with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Conservation Training Center, the U.S. Geological Survey National Climate Adaptation Science Center (NCASC) invites all audiences interested in the intersection between climate and environmental justice and environmental research to join them every other Thursday (3-4 PM ET) from Feb. 29 – May 9, 2024, for […]