53. Middletown School


The Middletown School site is a 0.7 acre emergent wetland created as part of a schoolyard education program at a new school located in Middle Potomac River – Catoctin Creek (02-14-03-05) watershed of Frederick County.    


This project was completed in Fall 2006 with through the cooperation of the Maryland Department of the Environment and the school.           

During construction - 2006

Post Construction - February 2007


Since this project is on school property, access is restricted.   Click here to see an aerial photo and location information.      


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