FREE Seminar for Homeowners and Renters with Septic Systems.
Saturday Nov 8, 10:30am-12:30pm, WIcomico Library,122 S. Division Street, Salisbury, MD

Have you ever asked yourself:

Should I use additives in my septic tank?
How often should I have it pumped?
Should I use a garbage disposal?

WET members are invited to a private preview wine and cheese reception "EcoArt: Intersections of Art, Science, and Activism" on Wednesday Nov. 5 from 4-6pm at the Mosely Gallery at University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES), 11931 Art Shell Plaza, Princess Anne, MD. On the next day Mark Cooley, Associate Professor of New Media at George Mason University will speak on the exhibit, on Thursday Nov 6 at 3pm, followed by an open reception from 4-6pm, also at the Mosely Gallery.

County, groups at odds on move

Let Wicomico taxpayers weigh in on coalition


by Karen Lukacs


By John Groutt



The local county Phase II Watershed Implementation Plans are in, and the state of Maryland made its own submission to the Envi


Reprinted from the Salisbury Daily Times, Dec. 14, 2011:

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Trees help to keep pollution out of our waterways


About Us

The Wicomico Environmental Trust advocates for policies and programs that preserve and protect nature in our county and the Chesapeake Bay region. We work with other nonprofits, government, businesses, and individuals to keep our water, forests, and farmland beautiful and healthy for future generations to enjoy.

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