About the Program
Frederick County's Office of Sustainability and Environmental Resources (OSER)'s expanded Neighborhood Green Program helps landowners in the Potomac Direct, Peter Pan Run and Upper Monocacy Brook Trout watersheds control storm water runoff and reduce pollutants from entering our local waterways feeding into the Chesapeake Bay by implementing best management practices like rain barrels, rain gardens, conservation landscaping and tree plantings. Polluted storm water affects the water that we use for drinking, swimming and fishing, and contributes to stream erosion. Implementing these actions will also attract birds and pollinators while beautifying your property and they will have a beneficial and lasting impact on our stream and watershed health.
Eligible landowners for this program must reside in Frederick County's Upper Monocacy Brook Trout, Peter PanRun or Potomac Direct watersheds. Our limited grant funding excludes us from expanding the program countywide at this time, but we hope to do so in the future. However, all interested landowners in Frederick County are encouraged to submit an interest form at this time. Our educational workshops are always open to the public and often there are other resources we can provide for those outside of our priority areas.
For More Information
Fill out a brief interest form or email Suzanne Cliber or call 301-600-7414 or Jeff Feaga by email or by phone at 301-600-1350..
The Neighborhood Green Program initiative is funded by the Environmental Protection Agency and the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.