Maryland Goldenaster (Chrysopsis Mariana), photo by MagnetFL via Flickr.com
Homeowner Questionnaire for Whipps Watershed Grant Study
The friends of the Whipps Cemetery (FOWC) has been awarded a Howard County Watershed Enhancement Grant. Among other terms, the FOWC is required to sample a group of the 1,000-home Dunloggin-St. John’s Community surrounding the Whipps Cemetery to determine how these home-owners are currently managing their landscapes.
If your family would be willing to be part of the neighborhood survey group, please print and fill out the questionnaire linked here and return it by June 15th to:
The Friends of the Whipps Cemetery,
3909 Hawthorn Road,
Ellicott City, Maryland 21042
Your cooperation is very much appreciated. It is the aim of the St. John’s Community Association that the Whipps Cemetery-Park in this neighborhood not only be a source of peace and beauty for the residents, but also a source of environmental education from the Master Gardeners who help manage the one-acre cemetery site. The all-volunteer Master Gardener program is sponsored by the University of Maryland’s Cooperative Extension Service. The goal of MCE is to teach home-owners useful, up-to-date horticultural information.
Thank you for making Dunloggin a garden community! For more information contact Barbara Sieg, Project Director, at 410-465-6721 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.