Friends of Sligo Creek
 PO Box 11572
 Takoma Park, MD

Pat Ratkowski supplies the latest monitoring of four outfalls along Sligo
- posted Nov 19
In Sept 2015 Pat Ratkowski, our Water Quality chair, began measuring the amount of fecal bacteria present at several different locations in Sligo Creek. - posted Nov 13
  • Learn Water Monitoring
  • Author Choukas-Bradley
  • Trees Lost to Bridge Project
  • Bird Outing Report
  • Peak Deer Breeding in Nov.
- posted Nov 2
Alan Hecht makes a Sligo Water Watchdog Report on cloudy, muddy water flowing into Sligo downstream from New Hampshire Ave.
- updated Oct 21
Patton Stephens reports the results of the work of 307 volunteers in cleaning up Sligo Creek.
- posted Oct 3
Ever spot pollution in the Creek and not know what to do? Our Water WatchDog Program may be able to help. We have just created a Water Pollution ID Card, funded by a Chesapeake Bay Trust Grant, along with the County's Department of Environmental Protection. Please take a card when you're cleaning up the Creek this weekend. Then, when you spot pollution, send an email and a photo to the County's water detectives at: After hours and on weekends, call the Park Police, too (301-949-3010). And, please blog your report on FoSC's Water WatchDog Action Log.
- posted Sep 24
"FoSC Logo Framed by Spider Web in Signbox" by Steven Fine
- posted Sep 14
Amazon Smile provides a way for shoppers to designate an authorized charity, e.g. FoSC, to receive .5% of the value of purchases from Amazon.
- posted Aug 11
A new map shows Montgomery County's Stream Quality Conditions
- posted July 31
Maria Schmit, with the assistance of Anne Vorce, has documented another muddy runoff from the Chelsea town construction site.
Previous incident on June 27
- posted Jul 2
Kit Gage looks at the performance of new stormwater facilities in Sligo Park Hills during the recent rainstorms.
- posted Jul 1

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