Over 300 runners celebrated the joy and beauty of the Capital Crescent Trail at the Save the Trail! 5K on Saturday, May 24th. Full results can be found at the DC Road Runners Website.
In the News...
July 24, 2014 Environmental Groups and Residents Threaten State Legal Action to Protect Local Endangered Species The Center for Sustainable Economy, Friends of the Capital Crescent Trail, and sixteen individuals have filed a Notice of Intent to sue under Maryland law to protect species listed as endangered by the State of Maryland whose current or […]
06/25/2014 – Center for Biological Diversity, Center for Sustainable Economy, and Friends of the Capital Crescent Trail launch legal action to protect endangered species from Purple Line.
06/25/2014 – Center for Biological Diversity, Center for Sustainable Economy, and Friends of the Capital Crescent Trail launch legal action to protect endangered species from Purple Line. Protecting the Trail is also about protecting endangered species habitat! Center for Biological Diversity, an influential national environmental organization dedicated to preserving endangered species, Center for Sustainable […]
From Washington Post Online “A letter to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Federal Transit Administration said the agencies had violated the Endangered Species Act by not properly considering a light-rail line’s impacts on the Hay’s spring amphipod, which has been listed as endangered since 1982, and the Kenk’s amphipod, which is a […]
“SAVE THE TRAIL 5K” FUNDRAISER TO PROTECT CAPITAL CRESCENT TRAIL FROM BIG DEVELOPERS –FIFTH ANNUAL RACE AND FAMILY FUN DAY TO BE HELD MAY 24, 2014 AT 9 A.M.– Bethesda, MD — The Friends of the Capital Crescent Trail (FCCT), local political and environmental leaders, and more than 400 runners and supporters will rally in […]
03/21/2014 — $2.4 Billion in Taxpayer Dollars Designated by Federal government to Destroy Forests and Pollute the Rock Creek watershed
Local Environmental Organization Likely to Challenge Federal Transportation Administration’s Record of Decision on Purple Line