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Masonville Cove on the Middle Branch of the Patapsco River is an important habitat and resting stop for wildlife—especially migratory birds—in the mid-Atlantic region and the first certified Urban Wildlife Refuge Partnership in the U.S. Home to a green building nature center and beautiful waterfront public trails, this area which once served as a dumping ground for industry was restored and renewed thanks to a unique partnership between federal organizations, state organizations, nonprofits and community groups. Join the partners in dialogue with historians and Greater Baybrook community members as they reflect on this incredible piece of land reclaimed for the benefit of local wildlife and the surrounding community.
For over ten years, the Masonville Cove Urban Wildlife Refuge Partnership is a is a national model for environmental restoration and community engagement. The partnership is represented by:
• Maryland Port Administration: Katrina Jones, outreach coordinator
• Living Classrooms Foundation: Lorraine Andrews Warnick, director, Masonville Cove Environmental Education Campus
• National Aquarium: Andrea Van Wyk, conservation project manager
• US Fish & Wildlife Services: Robbie Callahan, Chesapeake Bay field office biologist
Photo courtesy Theresa Keil, National Aquarium Event Photographer
This event has been organized by the Baltimore Architecture Foundation and the National Aquarium. Learn more about Doors Open Baltimore 2020.