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Mayo Matters

The Neighbors of the Mayo Peninsula are hosting a series of meetings to inform and educate residents on various aspects of Peninsula living. From dealing with stormwater runoff to getting to know your aquifer and septic system, these sessions will address areas of interest for Mayo residents by experts in the field. Pick and chose a workshop you're interested in or come for the whole series, each one is tailored to Mayo Peninsula living with useful information and experts to answer any questions that you may have. 


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Mayo Aquifer Study

Tuesday, 19 February 2019; 7:00pm at the Selby Community Center (3715 1st Avenue)

Mayo Peninsula wells tap into one of two underground aquifers - come hear the latest about the health of the shallower Aquia aquifer. With presenters from AACo Environmental Health and MD Geological Survey.

What's That Green Thing In My Yard: The Mayo Septic System

Thursday, 11 October 2018 at 6:30pm at the Selby Community Center

Everyone has this funny "turtle shell" in their yard...

Come learn how it works, what the alarm means, how it is maintained, who to call for help, and more!

Guest speaker: Chris Phipps, Director of Anne Arundel County Department of Public Works, and his team.

The Woods in Your Wallet

Tuesday, 11 September 2018 6:30pm at the Edgewater Community Library

Even small patches of woods benefit wildlife, air quality and local streams. It can benefit your pocket, too! Learn about the economic incentive programs that can keep your woods working for you. With Craig Highfield, Forests for the Bay.

Stormwater and You

Wednesay, 22 August 2018 6:30pm at the Edgewater Community Library

It rains, it pours, and sometimes it floods. Land use all around us impacts stormwater runoff. But what can we do to manage stormwater in our own yards? With Suzanne Etgen, Watershed Stewards Academy.

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