Lake Signage Needs Help!

| March 27, 2014 | 1 Comment

There are two signs at Greenbelt Lake about the wildlife there, funded by the Chesapeake Bay Trust, and they’re terrific.  There’s a sign for fish and the one for other animals – foxes, beavers, Mallards and snakes.  They may well be a sign about birds that I missed.


The first one I saw, about “Wildlife,” is showing some signs of wear but it still functional and not too shabby.  Oh, but wait.


The sign about aquatic wildlife is largely unreadable, and looks like crap.

So, are there plans to repair/replace these and possibly others this year?  And if not, could someone apply for a Greenbelt Community Foundation grant to fix these?  Let’s get this done, soon.



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Susan Harris started this blog and the Greenbelt Maryland Youtube Channel in 2012 to get to know her new community and have some fun. Retired from garden writing and teaching, she still blogs for the popular blog Garden Rant. Susan's primary projects in retirement are DC Gardens, a nonprofit media campaign promoting public gardens and gardening in the DC area and Good Gardening Videos, a nonprofit, ad-free website for curated gardening videos.

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  1. John says:

    I think there is a sign about the Chesapeake watershed and/or non-point source pollution over near the large mulberry tree that is in rough shape too.

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