Why a Maryland landscape architect restores brook trout habitat in his free time

Brook Trout

For the past four years, landscape architect Scott Scarfone has been coordinating a wide-ranging effort to restore and improve brook trout habitat in the Upper Gunpowder Falls Watershed, a 38-square-mile area that drains to the Gunpowder River and eventually to the Chesapeake Bay.

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