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MWS in the news

posted Mar 4, 2015, 5:51 AM by   [ updated Mar 14, 2015, 1:58 PM ]
A feature article on the front page of the March 11th Maryland Independent discusses rare and endangered plants and animals in southern Maryland, and efforts by a number of groups to protect them, including MWS.

Work by MWS to protect the Mattawoman from over-development also helps rare species by conserving their habitat. Many rare species rely on wetlands or streams during their life cycle.

Picture: MWS president Jim Long holding a picture of Marsh Fleabane, a rare Maryland plant that prefers to grow in wetlands and smells like camphor.  Photo by Greg Dohler.