The proof is in the tadpoles. The restoration of a stream that eventually leads to the South River has produced remarkable results—for the first time in residents’ memory, frogs have appeared there.
What was a steep, hazardous ravine that washed runoff into waterways is now a healthy stream. Cheryl Costello gives us a look at the “before and after” of the Arundel Rivers Federation project in Davidsonville, Maryland. Watch below: