387 volunteers turned out to Sweep the Creek on April 5-6. This large group of volunteers picked up about 296 bags of trash and 17 bags of recycling. - posted Apr 13
  • Salamander Hunt April 13
  • Celebrate Carroll Knolls Park April 26
  • Water WatchDogs Honored
  • Students Tackle Bush Honeysuckle
- posted Apr 5
Montgomery Civic Federation recognized Kathleen Samiy and Anne Vorce with the Community Hero Award for creating the Friends of Sligo Creek’s "Water WatchDog" system.
- posted Mar 11
Friends of Sligo Creek remembers and honors a woman who lived here where we live; who watched and enjoyed nature here, as we do; who supported a household, commuting to a federal job until she was financially able to devote herself full-time to writing.
- Posted Feb 28
Ann Hoffnar has compiled the list of our accomplishments in the past year.
- Posted Feb 25
Jim Anderson has added to his collection of photos of Sligo After Dark. Using his motion sensing camera, he has taken photos of the critters that can be found in Sligo at night. Fox Raccoon
- Updated Feb 24
More than 120 species of plants in flower were documented in the Pepco corridor on either side of Sligo Creek in 2013 and the results are now available in the Plants and Animals section of the website.
- posted Dec 14
Jim Anderson has documented the work of Friends of Sligo in removing invasive plants and planting trees in a section near Colesville Rd
- posted Nov 15
Kathleen Samiy has logged reports of muddy water flowing into Sligo through Bennington Branch during the rain of this past week.
- updated Oct 15
Montgomery County has developed small-scale stormwater management projects to be constructed adjacent to the street, between the edge of pavement and the property line. Sligo Park Hills lies west of Sligo between Maple Ave and Piney Branch Rd.
- posted Oct 9

Sat, Apr 19, 9-11am
Section 6

Searching for and pulling Garlic Mustard. Wear long sleeves, long pants, and sturdy shoes.
Meet at Parking lot at Dallas Avenue.

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