Greenbelt Forest Preserve In the News

The Greenbelt Forest Preserve Celebration was one of the top stories of 2013 in the Greenbelt News Review! Thank you to the News Review for their support and to all who contributed stories and photos.

In Its Lively and Grand Old Style, Greenbelt Rings In the New Year, by Carol Griffith (page 1)
Greenbelt News Review, January 9, 2014
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Forest Preserve Celebrates With Tenth Anniversary Gala, by Susan Barnett (page 1)
Greenbelt News Review, January 2, 2014
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How the Green Belt Was Saved With Walks, Booths and Pumpkins (page 12), by Susan Barnett and Kristin Fletcher
October 17
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Greenbelt Day History Hike: Walking from 1716 to 2013 (page 12), by Susan Barnett
July 11
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New Deal Cafe Art Exhibit Fetes Greenbelt Forest Preserve, by Jean Newcomb (page 9).
May 23
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Tenth Anniversary Forest Preserve Walk Explores Ecology, by Susan Barnett (page 12).
May 9
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March 21 Greenbelt News Review: Rejoicing with Paul Downs, by Doug Love (page 2)
March 21
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Feb. Nature Discovery Walk Held in South Tract of Forest Preserve, by Bill Wilkerson (page 1, 14)
March 14, 2013
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Walkers Enjoy Anniversary Preserve, by Kristin Fletcher (page 12)
February 21, 2013
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Downs Offers 10th Anniversary Forest Preserve Winter Walk (page 12)
January 24, 2013
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A Dream Come True: Forest Preserve Turns 10, by Paul Downs (page 1)
January 10, 2013
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The Greenbelt Forest Preserve Booth won First Place on Information Day during the 2013 Greenbelt Labor Day Festival! Click here to see the happy prize winners!

Greenbelt Year of the Forest


February 12, 2013- Read this terrific blog post by Susan Harris on her blog about the Greenbelt Forest Preserve Celebration and the new Forest Stewardship Program sponsored by the Chespeake Education and Arts Research Society (CHEARS) and the City of Greenbelt.


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Show your support for the woods with a handmade Keep it Wild and Wooded Bracelet or an original art celebration t-shirt. Visit our Support Us page for more details.

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