From winning awards, stream clean-ups, and completing many projects for clean water, 2017 has been a wonderful and busy year! Thanks to all of you, we can do what we love every day; preserve and protect our watersheds. We couldn’t do what we do without all of you! With that in mind, we want to share with you all our top viewed blogs of 2017.
The restoration of the Klingle Valley Trail in Washington, DC, has been over 25 years in the making.
Alger Park in Southeast Washington, D.C., had an estimated 41 % of impervious watershed! Now, it's a beautiful stream restoration for the community to enjoy!
The economic benefits of ecological restoration are staggering, and the economy isn’t the only thing we are restoring when we do this work.
The Menhaden, a bony and oily fish are considered by many to be the most important fish in the sea. Menhaden are critical to the health of our waterways, but it’s population n is decreasing due to over-fishing.
Tip and tricks on how to reduce stormwater runoff from seeping into your local waterways.
We can’t thank you enough for reading our blog and keeping up EQR throughout this past year. Let’s make 2018 another great one!