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Category Guest Blogs

The Itchy Truth About Poison Ivy

Thanks to the University of Maryland / Maryland Grows this informative article about poison ivy.

It starts with a twitch and an itch. Then it grows into full-blown scratchiness and dreadful knowing. You have poison ivy. Again.

I tip my hat to those immune to the maddening rash that contact with this plant brings. You are indeed the Fortunate Ones. The rest of us will try to quiet our whimpering.  

ID Poison Ivy

It pays to know the enemy. Poison ivy is a perennial plant that can climb trees as a vine, form a shrub, or snake over the ground. It spreads by seeds and rhizomes, sneaky underground stems that help it form colonies. 

native plant whose berries feed over 50 species of birds, poison ivy has glossy leaves, attractive berries, and striking fall color...

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Fire Museum of Maryland Annual Motor Muster

There haven’t been many events to post lately because of Covid-19, but there are some events that are happening on a limited basis. Thanks to the Fire Museum of Maryland for this guest blog about their annual Motor Muster.

Fire Museum of Maryland Annual Motor Muster

Fire Museum of Maryland’s Annual Motor Muster

Summer has drawn to a close and the Museum has now returned to our winter schedule.
 Open every Saturday
10 am –  4 pm.
Our annual
 Honoring our Heroes Motor Muster
 is coming up on
Saturday, September 12,
from 10 am – 3 pm.
The Muster is outdoors in our front parking lot.
Although it will be a bit smaller than usual, visitors will still see our mighty motorized apparatus, and thrill to the sight of water shooting high in the air.
Keep scrolling down for a preview look at the exciting new addition
to our Muster lineup this ye...
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