It's Spring! Spring Photo Slideshow
* For us in the Northern Hemisphere, March 20 at 5:37 am EDST is our vernal equinox, In its apparent motion on the day of an equinox, the Sun's disk crosses the Earth's horizon directly to the east at dawn—rising; and again, some 12 hours later, directly to the west at dusk—setting. The March equinox, like all equinoxes, is characterized by having an almost exactly equal amount of daylight and night across most latitudes on Earth.
* Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences, Center for Private Forests, presents monthly webinars on a wide range of topics relevant to forest owners, extension educators, and natural resource professionals. Next event: "Backyard Wood Products- Drying Your Own Lumber." April 13 at 12 pm& & 7 pm. Regeneration of Hardwood Forests: Managing Competition, Deer and Light, May 11 at 12 pm & & 7 pm.
* Know a Washington County High School Student who is interested in the oudoors? Check out the Maryland Forest Conservancy District Boards' Natural Resources Careers Camp; July 25-31, 2021.
* There is always something happening in the Universe. Check out the Astronomy Picture of the Day.