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Mahan Rykiel’s Design with Dredge research has been published in Landscape Architecture Frontiers, an international publication out of China.Below is a synopsis of what the article covers: Situated at the water’s edge and in former wetlands of the Chesapeake Bay, the Port of Baltimore is part of a complex estuarine environment where legacies of labor,...
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MRA is excited to be a part of the Northgate-Dutra team to explore solutions to sediment build-up at the Conowingo Dam! Managing sediment in the Chesapeake Bay watershed is a critical issue that touches on a range of landscape issues including economic development, environmental stewardship, and community resiliency. Stay tuned!Maryland officials said Monday they expect...
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The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) has recognized MDOT MPA’s innovative reuse program with the prestigious 2018 ASLA Professional Award for design presented to Mahan Rykiel Associates.“Design with Dredge: Resilient Landscape Infrastructure in the Chesapeake Bay” was selected for the landscape strategies used in the Baltimore region, where 1.15 million cubic yards of sediment...
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Baltimore’s Turner Station hopes marsh restoration return wildlife, recreational activities to Fleming Park By Timothy B. Wheeler on November 29, 2018 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...
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PRESS RELEASE: Larry Bannerman 443-563-9171 https://turnerstation.org/ On Monday, Nov. 26, Chesapeake Bay Foundation presented $30,000 from an anonymous source to Turner Station Conservation Teams, alongside Baltimore County Executive Elect – Johnny Olszewski and Fleming Park anchor partners  Mahan Rykiel Associates. The Fleming Park project aims to protect the Turner Station community from climate change, improve water...
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