Welcome to Masonville Cove: An Urban Wilderness Conservation Area

What began as the restoration of an abandoned and neglected parcel of land in the Middle Branch has become something very special. Masonville Cove is 70 acres of water and 54 acres of cleaned-up wetlands, nature trails, and a protected bird sanctuary, all soon-to-be protected by a conservation easement and part of the Shores of Baltimore Land Trust. The Masonville project developed from mitigation tied to the creation of a Dredged Material Containment Facility (DMCF) by the Maryland Port Administration (MPA). This created an opportunity for the local residents and schoolchildren (from Brooklyn, Curtis Bay, and Cherry Hill) to connect with their natural environment and participate in meaningful stewardship projects related to the Masonville DMCF.

What's Going on at Masonville Cove?

Living Classrooms at Masonville Cove is Hiring!

Are you looking for a career in environmental education? If so, please read the following job description.

Please click HERE to download a copy of the educator position currently open with Living Classrooms Foundation.

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Happy New Year from Masonville Cove!

Holiday Greetings from the Living Classrooms Foundation staff at Masonville Cove- We wish you, your families and your co-workers happiness, good health and prosperity in 2015. There’s scarcely space to recount all the positive things that happened in 2014 at Masonville Cove and our adjacent communities.

A few highlights include Filbert Street Garden is now a non-profit organization, the Brooklyn Branch of the Enoch Pratt Library building has beautiful murals, the Brooklyn and Curtis Bay communities are talking about land use in the Farring BayBrook Park, the National Aquarium Conservation Team engaged the community and completed a Small Watershed Action Plan and the Masonville Cove partners sponsored 3 college interns over the summer who worked and learned about conservation science.

If you are interested in becoming a part of next year's story, please give us a call to find out how you can be involved in the wonderful things that are going on at Masonville Cove! We look forward to being a part of your new adventures in 2015! Best wishes!

For more information, please call us at (410) 246-0669.

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Come on over! To register in advance or get more information on any upcoming events, please call the MCEEC or email: events@masonvillecove.org