Baltimore’s Turner Station hopes marsh restoration return wildlife, recreational activities to Fleming Park
A pioneering plan to revive a faded waterfront community park using sand and silt dredged from Baltimore’s harbor took a couple of small but significant steps forward this week.
Isaac Hametz (right), of the landscape design firm Mahan Rykiel Associates, reviews park upgrade plans with (from left) Doug Myers of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and Larry Bannerman and Gloria Nelson of the Turner Station Conservation Teams. (Dave Harp)
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Source: Bay Journal – Article: Project to revive shoreline park using dredged material wins support
[…] are pursuing maintenance-based practices, [like] Michael Geffel, ASLA, at the University of Oregon, Isaac Hametz, ASLA, [at Mahan Rykiel] from Baltimore. I think there’s a whole generation of people who are […]