Merkle Wildlife Sanctuary, run by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources and used as the headquarters of the Maryland Conservation Corp, is home to deer, osprey, bald eagles, owls, fox, song birds, snakes, turtles, and beavers. And it is just like home to nature lovers, birdwatchers, hikers, and fishermen.
Staff from the Community Planning Division of the Prince George’s County Planning Department participated October 21 in a presentation and walking tour of the planned community of Washington Grove.
DesignDC, the annual conference of the Washington, D.C., Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, offered sessions earlier this month on equitable development, housing affordability, and the consideration of women in urban design.
The Prince George’s County Zoning Rewrite Team and community members will be present about Community Engagement in the Zoning Rewrite process at the 2018 National Capital Area APA Conference on Thursday, October 18 at George Washington University.
Forty middle and high school students from Prince George’s County and neighboring jurisdictions attended the Hip Hop Architecture Summer Camp at the Oxon Hill Branch Library. Hear two of their personal accounts.
Wednesday, September 26, 2018 10:30 a.m. – Noon County Administration Building 4th Floor Boardroom 14741 Governor Oden Bowie Drive Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 Arlington, Virginia, has experienced a remarkable transformation from a suburban, auto-centric collection of neighborhoods to one of
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Zoning Rewrite team member Brittney Drakeford’s workshop at the She the People! Summer camp taught students how they could leverage their political power to advocate for better food systems in Prince George’s County through direct service activities like establishing their own community garden, volunteering with the County’s Food Equity Council, or by conducting community assets maps.
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The Hip Hop Architect–Michael Ford– is bringing his camp for middle- and high-school aged students to the Oxon Hill Library next week and registration is still open (and free!).
A look at Prince George’s County demographics