Project Location: Baltimore City, MD
Project Location: Baltimore County, MD
Problem: Open space areas within the Miramar Landing neighborhood were bare, compacted dirt lots that conveyed untreated runoff to local streams and were eyesores for the community. The impervious surfaces within this development also transported polluted runoff into the Middle River, which has historically been plagued with harmful algae blooms and fish kills.
Project Location: Richmond, VA
Problem: The Second Baptist Church wanted to reduce their stormwater utility fee. In addition, the church wanted to provide fresh fruits and vegetables to its congregants and the community to improve their health outcomes.
Project location: Baltimore, MD
Project Location: Baltimore, MD
Problem: The Bridgeview/Greenlawn community on Riggs Avenue in Baltimore had a high percentage of impervious cover, which prevented rain water infiltration, created flooding issues in the neighborhood, and contributed polluted runoff to nearby streams and the Chesapeake Bay.
Project location: Silver Spring, MD
Problem: The eastern portion of Batchellors Run, a tributary of the Anacostia River, was showing signs of significant degradation, with its streambanks destabilized and eroding.
Project location: Hyattsville, MD and Landover, MD
Problem: The school grounds of two Prince George’s County schools – the G. James Gholson Middle School in Hyattsville and the Cora L. Rice Elementary School in Landover – were experiencing erosion and pollution challenges due to stormwater from the surrounding area.