Cycle For Cecil brings riders out for sunshine, sightseeing, good cause

In this file photo, bikers in 2015’s Cycle For Cecil fundraiser for Cecil Land Trust cross the covered bridge on North Little Elk Creek Road. The Trust has focused on conservation and stream bed restoration projects in the intervening years.

ELKTON — In partnership with Cecil County, between 2017 and 2020 the Cecil Land Trust (CLT), the non-profit land trust that supports conservation efforts throughout the county, has reduced over 36,000 pounds of nitrogen, 3,300 pounds of phosphorus and 4,500 tons of sediment from entering the Chesapeake Bay through a series of stream bed restoration projects.

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