Public Input Sought For Harford County Green Infrastructure Plan

Harford County will host a workshop for citizens to provide input on a countywide green infrastructure plan on Thursday, Feb. 8, from 5-8 p.m. at Harford Community College’s Chesapeake Center.

Green infrastructure is an interconnected network of green spaces that support natural ecosystems, preserves water resources, improves stormwater management and promotes healthier communities, according to a county government news release announcing the workshop.

Green infrastructure is also vital to economic development, farming, recreation, and tourism.

The Harford County Department of Planning & Zoning is in the early stages of developing the county’s green infrastructure plan, which is an implementation of HarfordNEXT, the countywide master plan adopted in 2016.

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Public input sought for Harford Green Infrastructure Plan; workshop Feb. 8
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