The Lake Roland Nature Council is committed to the stewardship of the Park’s environmental resources which include globally rare ecologies and habitats in addition to significant historical assets. Beginning with the founding of the Lake Roland Nature Council in 2010, the Council’s Environmental and Historic Preservation Committees have been focused on initiatives to ensure the sustainability of the Park’s environmental and historic resources.
Baltimore County, volunteers and park staff have dedicated tens of thousands of hours in making critically needed improvements to the park including shoreline restoration and other infrastructure improvements, removal of invasive plants that threaten the survival of native species, and trash removal, for example.
The Lake Roland Nature Council has embarked on a number of important strategic capital improvement projects in the park over the past decade. These projects were made possible as the result of State of Maryland, Baltimore County, and private funding initiated by the Lake Roland Nature Council. To learn more about these projects, please select one of the links below.