We are in the process of making some changes to our site. You may have already noticed some changes to our main menu.
A significant part of the upgrade will involve the creation of new areas of content so we can provide more information about the unique ecosystem that is Soldiers Delight Natural Environment Area. Most of these areas are present but not yet complete. Other changes involve fixes to a few things that are broken and a slight reorganization of site in general.
If you find anything about the site that you think needs attention, don't be shy - tell us about it. Meanwhile, thanks for your patience.
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources' Wildlife and Heritage Service conducts Serpentine Ecosystem Restoration Program (SERP) events at the ecologically fragile Soldiers Delight Natural Environment Area in Owings Mills. Read on for our wrap up of our accomplishments in 2021!
SDCI is excited that our vice president was featured as the cover story in the August 2021 edition of Greenspring Valley Neighbors magazine! The article describes her life, but mainly dwells on Soldiers Delight Natural Environment Area in Owings Mills, Maryland. We are honored that the magazine chose to highlight such a worthwhile and incredibly important biodiverse habitat.
See the full article at Meet Lynell Tobler: Conserving Soldiers Delight.
|SDCI president Laura Van Scoyoc and vice president Lynell Tobler stand with Maryland Lieutenant Governor Boyd Rutherford at the Park Week Kickoff event at Soldiers Delight Natural Environment Area in Owings Mills|
With the coronavirus pandemic and its extended restrictions on activities the public can enjoy has come an explosion in hiking enthusiasts eager to take advantage of Soldiers Delight's isolated terrain and unique landscape. Read what makes Soldiers Delight Natural Environment Area such a great place for hiking, and what you can do to keep it that way!
Read the seasonal wrap-up by our Serpentine Ecosystem Restoration Program (SERP) Volunteer Coordinator Paula Becker on what was accomplished this winter in our ongoing struggle against invasive plants at Soldiers Delight Natural Environment Area. (Content edited for clarity)