- Governor Attends Green Schools Summit
- 16th Annual Bay Game Activity Book Now Available
- June AccessDNR Newsletter Now Available
- Help Compile Maryland Amphibian and Reptile Atlas
- Greenbrier to Host Junior Ranger Program For Children ages 5-12
- Time is Running Out to Take Survey about Land Preservation and Recreational Needs in MD
- Hunters Report Record Spring Turkey Season Harvest
- So many ways to Celebrate Maryland Outdoors Days Through June 22
- Applications Still Available for Natural Resources Careers Camp July 21–27, 2013
- Swimming and Beach Information Around the Bay
- 6/15: Build a Fire with Two Sticks - Janes Island State Park
Learn how to start a fire using the friction between two sticks and other interesting ways. No need to keep depending on matches! This event is FREE! Call 410-968-1565 for more information.
- 6/16: Summer Wildflower Hike - Soldiers Delight
The sun is shining and the flowers are blooming! Come take a mile-long hike with a naturalist to see and learn all about the flowers blooming at this time of year, especially ones unique to the Serpentine barrens! A great activity to do with dad. Wear sturdy shoes and bring a water bottle. For ages 5 and up. Meet at the Visitor Center. Please call 410-461-5005 to sign up or for more information. Cost: $2 per person.
- 6/16: Father's Day Fishing Workshop - Cedarville State Forest
This workshop is great for those who have zero to limited experience fishing and would like to learn how to fish on their own. Learn to rig your line, bait your hook, cast, and much more. Perfect for children! Please wear comfortable shoes suitable for the outdoors and dress for the weather. If you are over the age of 16 you will also need to purchase and bring a Maryland non-tidal fishing license. Hat, bug spray, and sun screen are suggested. To register for this workshop please e-mail email@example.com or call 301-888-1377.
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