Bi-Lingual Ranger Community Engagement Pilot Project

Baltimore County’s project will support a new Spanish-speaking Park Ranger at Marshy Point Nature Center and Loch Raven Fishing Center during the peak season of May – August. The bi-lingual ranger will patrol heavily used beaches providing visitors with information and offering Spanish language programs. During the non-peak season, the Ranger will work with the Diversity & Inclusion Naturalist to develop and implement school and/or community-based programming. In addition, new Spanish language signage, as well as printed and online informational materials, will be developed.

Part of a series of articles titled 2023 Chesapeake Gateways Grant Recipients .

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Last updated: October 3, 2023