Habitat Management

Managing restored habitat to ensure it remains beneficial to wildlife Once wildlife habitat has been constructed, a great deal of effort must be expended to keep it functioning properly for…
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Sustainable Agriculture

Reducing farm inputs, such as fertilizers, insecticides and herbicides, while maintaining farm profitability and bountiful wildlife populations. The main objective of CWH’s Sustainable Agriculture program is to demonstrate the compatibility of…
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Backyard Habitat

Chesapeake Wildlife Heritage’s Backyard Habitat program focuses on properties with limited space.  From well maintained nesting structures to butterfly gardens, there are many habitat projects available that will attract a…
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Phragmites Control

Controlling invasive, noxious weeds in wetlands Phragmites (Phragmites australis) continues to invade the Eastern Shore and other parts of Maryland at an alarming rate. Not only does it grow so…
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