Here is AHS’s presentation deck.
Here is a link to a recording of the Septmber 10 Zoom meeting in which ASF presented one perspective on the Missing Middle Study by Arlington County.
Due to COVID restrictions, the next BMCA general meeting will be online. Please join us 7:00pm Monday at https://bit.ly/June29BMCA. Business to be conducted includes election of new Board members. The nominees are Robert Kinder (N. Montana St.) and Elizabeth Namba (N. Lombardy St.). If you’re unfamiliar with Zoom, please watch this 60-second online tutorial. Use the Zoom link to download the application […]
Thankfully our army of two was enough to plant the two staghorn sumacs on Sunday for what is turning into be an annual Veteran’s day planting and maintenance of the trees we put in on the Arlington Boulevard/Rt. 50 shoulder in December 2015. We are almost to four years of tree growth. Our first plantings […]
Had a very successful clean-up with the help of Arlington’s Boy Scouts’ Troop 141 in Powhatan Springs Saturday morning. The Scouts, who thankfully had contacted us to volunteer to do conservation work in our neighborhood, stacked cut-up downed trees and brush to create homes for wildlife and hauled out another load of trash and debris. […]
Thanks to all that have coming out over the last few weeks for cleaning up the Rt. 50 shoulder and removing invasives from the trees. In late February we made good progress clearing out the invasive bush honeysuckle on the NE corner of Manchester and Rt. 50. Plus, dragged out a good pile of trash […]
The BMCA Board is considering proposing a BMCA By-Laws change to extend the eligibility of the President and Vice President (VP) to serve two consecutive two year terms (vs. the single, two year term they are currently limited to). It takes at least a year for these officers to get up and running at full […]
Thanks to all that came out for our Veteran’s day maintenance of the trees we planted on the Arlington Boulevard/Rt. 50 shoulder! While we were out, we re-staked the trees, did some weeding, and replaced some of the trees that have not made it. What a difference three years make! The largest eastern cedars we […]