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In late December 2018, it was revealed that Maryland Governor Larry Hogan had been quietly negotiating with former Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke on a proposed land swap that would have given Oxon Cove National Park in Prince George’s County to the state in return for 2,500-acres at South Mountain State Battlefield that would be transferred to the federal government.

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By Preservation Maryland

Happy New Year: First Day Hikes in Maryland

First Day Hikes are a great way to start of the New Year in a fun and healthy way! Maryland Park Service rangers, staff and volunteers will lead more than 30 hikes on public lands and state parks New Year’s Day.

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By Waxter Intern

Es Mi Parque at Maryland State Parks

Visitors of Hispanic descent are one of the fastest growing and biggest user groups to Maryland’s state parks. There is now a staffed agency wide program called Es Mi Parque – This is My Park – to better connect the Maryland State Parks to the growing user group. Los visitantes de ascendencia hispana son uno de los grupos de usuarios más grandes y de crecimiento más rápido en los parques estatales de Maryland. Ahora hay un programa proveído por personal de toda la agencia llamado Es Mi Parque para conectar mejor los parques estatales de Maryland a este creciente grupo de usuarios.

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The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is seeking proposals for the relocation of the historic Severn Mister House on Deal Island on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.

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