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Tag: Environmental Assessment
  • PN 23-06 Chesapeake Bay Oyster Recovery Project, Tred Avon River, Maryland

    Expiration date: 8/21/2015

    Public comments will be accepted from June 23, 2015 to July 24, 2015. The Baltimore District is expanding the scope of the supplemental environmental assessment (EA) for Tred Avon River oyster restoration initiated in 2013 to include planting of disease-free spat-on-shell, or oyster seed, from state-owned hatcheries, on new oyster reefs between 6 and 9 ft mean lower low water (MLLW), and on existing reefs/natural oyster bars between 4 and 20 ft MLLW. Planting of spat-on-shell will add minimal change to the existing height of the natural oyster reefs and will increase the proposed project area by an additional 71 acres.

  • PN 01-06 Anacostia River Watershed Restoration Project, Prince George's County, MD

    Expiration date: 7/15/2015

    The Baltimore District is preparing an environmental assessment (EA) for multiple stream and wetland restoration projects being proposed in the Anacostia River watershed in Prince George's County, Maryland. In partnership with the Prince George's County Department of the Environment, 10 stream segments totaling approximately 10 miles in length have been selected for investigation. To assist in the development of the EA, the Corps is requesting information concerning public interest or organizational area of responsibility or expertise within 30 days from the date of the notice.

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