The Division of Frederick County Parks and Recreation's sustainable natural land management opens major opportunities for both the environment and the residents who depend on it. FCPR has worked with the Office of Sustainability & Environmental Resources planting a total of 38,255 trees in 101.8 acres of land. Trees are essential for healthy communities and people. The increased tree canopy improves air quality.
|Catoctin Creek Park||16.3||8,650|
|Monocacy River Park (behind DUSWM)||27.5||9,625|
|Fountain Rock Park||1.2||240|
|Roundtree BMP #27||2||332|
|Ballenger Creek Park||20||7,000|