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Let The Maryland Natural Resource inspire you, your friends and loved ones to enjoy, protect and live in harmony with Maryland's breathtaking landscapes, waterways and wildlife. From camping to conserving land, from boating to bicycling, from hunting to healthy streams, this quarterly magazine has something for everyone! The Maryland Natural Resource IS your guide to recreation & conservation in Maryland!
On shelves now, the spring 2015 edition features captivating articles on volunteer opportunities, the state’s wildlife conservation plan, the power of trees and more. Also within its 32 pages are an outdoor activity for kids and a map of expert anglers’ favorite fishing spots all across Maryland!
Please enjoy a sample of the great variety and valuable information this issue has to offer by clicking on the links below. To read more, explore our reasonable subscription options at shopDNR.com!
By Kerry WixtedPlanting for success
Cove Run Restoration
By Rebecca Kenyon-Sesler and Alan KlotzSaving a brook trout stream
Though helpless and gaping for good while young, barn swallows grow into agile fliers able to feast on insects while airborne. Unlike similar breeds that simply fly with their mouths open hoping to catch a bite, these birds perform acrobatic feats while intently pursuing their prey.
3 pounds rockfish; 48 littleneck clams; ½ cup Italian olive oil; 2 large cloves garlic, chopped; 1 large onion, chopped; 1 tablespoon oregano; 2 teaspoons chopped parsley; salt and pepper, to taste; 1 cup dry Vermouth; 1 10 oz can Italian Plum tomatoes, crushed.
Wash and dry fish. Cut fillets into thirds or quarters. Scrub clam shells thoroughly. Warm in a 6-quart saucepan over medium heat until hot. Add garlic, onion, oregano, parsley, salt and pepper. Cook until onions are brown. Add Vermouth and tomato. Cook for 45 minutes, stirring frequently. Add fish and clams. Simmer for about 45 minutes.
Maryland is...Smart Green & Growing
DNR @ Work
Just for Kids
- Ana BerningerKaris King - Barbara Rice
Stephen Badger - Ingrid Brofman
Lauren Dorrill - Rebecca Kenyon-Sisler
Alan Klotz - Kristen Peterson John Taylor - Erin Thomas
Julia Wieners - Kerry Wixted
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