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  • 1. dougretzler  |  March 27, 2007 at 10:42 pm

    Chesapeake Bay Foundation
    Works on critical bay issues,education and tools for citizens to take action on behalf of the Bay.

    A Baltimore Regional Partnership member.

    http://www.cbf.org

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  • 2. dougretzler  |  March 27, 2007 at 10:52 pm

    Clean Water Action– Baltimore office

    Clean Water Action is a national organization (main office operates out of Washington, DC) providing recognized leadership on critically important environmental, health, ecosystem protection and community quality of life concerns. Recent examples include: arsenic in drinking water and “pressure treated” lumber; sewage pollution/dumping; mercury, power plant and incinerator pollution and safer renewable energy alternatives; wetlands, watershed and drinking water source protection; environmental funding and enforcement.

    The Baltimore office focuses on MD campaigns & initiatives of the organization.

    Baltimore office at 711 West 40th St, Suite 209, phone: 410-235-8808, fax: 410-235-8816
    baltcwa@cleanwater.org

    http://www.cleanwateraction.org/md/

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  • 3. Kim Petry  |  March 28, 2007 at 8:23 am

    Baltimore Green Week is a week-long citywide program comprising community events, hands-on activities, forums, and lectures throughout the city, including Baltimore’s premier green event – EcoFestival. Each event provides information about how a sustainable lifestyle benefits our community and us.

    This year marks the fourth year of Baltimore Green Week (BGW). Started by regional volunteers, it remains a volunteer-driven event. Its purpose is to increase awareness about how local residents can make the Baltimore region cleaner and environmentally safer for all who live and work here. This Year’s events are May 5 through May 11!

    http://www.baltimoregreenweek.org

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  • 4. dougretzler  |  March 28, 2007 at 8:44 am

    The Nature Conservancy of Maryland/D.C.
    5410 Grosvenor Lane
    Suite 100
    Bethesda, MD 20814
    Phone: (301) 897-8570

    http://www.nature.org/wherewework/northamerica/states/maryland

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  • 5. stormwater  |  March 28, 2007 at 9:49 am

    Sustainable Stormwater Management Blog – sharing our knowledge of sustainable stormwater management integrated into site design – primarily in the realms of design, maintenance, repair, and construction….. and other cool stuff we like. Still building it, but take a look-see.

    http://stormwater.wordpress.com/

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  • 6. dougretzler  |  March 29, 2007 at 7:07 pm

    Living Classrooms Foundation

    A non-profit organization, operated for the benefit of the community at large, providing hands-on education and job skills training for students from diverse backgrounds, with a special emphasis on serving at-risk youth.

    The Foundation uses maritime settings, community revitalization projects and other challenging learning environments, and a low staff to student ratio.

    802 South Caroline Street
    Baltimore, MD 21231
    410-­685-­0295

    http://www.livingclassrooms.org

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  • 7. greencitybaltimore  |  April 1, 2007 at 9:25 am

    The Sierra Club Greater Baltimore Group

    Serves Baltimore City, Baltimore County, and Harford County. Plans hikes & outdoor events throughout the year. Also runs project designed to curb pollution and preserve forests, wetlands, wildlife and waterways. Partners with other environmental organizations on issues of local and national importance.

    Seeking volunteers for many of its programs!

    http://maryland.sierraclub.org/baltimore

    Maintains a pretty extensive list of Baltimore area environmental links at:

    http://maryland.sierraclub.org/baltimore/links.html

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  • 8. greencitybaltimore  |  April 1, 2007 at 9:47 am

    Links to the following Environmental/Conservation Groups
    can be found at the Sierra Club Greater Baltimore Group’s webpage at: http://maryland.sierraclub.org/baltimore/links.html

    Baltimore County Citizens Sprawl & Smart Growth Information
    Harford County Citizens Sprawl & Smart Growth Information
    1000 Friends of Maryland
    Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay
    Baltimore Regional Partnership
    Chesapeake Bay Foundation
    Citizens Planning & Housing Association
    Clean Water Action
    Friends of Lake Roland
    The Gunpowder Valley Conservancy
    Herring Run Watershed Association
    Save Our Streams
    Maryland Pesticide Network

    (Most of these links are still valid though some have changed).

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  • 9. Bronwyngreenbuilding  |  April 5, 2007 at 11:58 am

    Everyone:

    Our office is looking for people from all backgrounds to serve as the Local Host Committee for the 6th Annual Greening Rooftops for Sustainable Communities Conference, Awards and Trade Show, which is planned for April 29, 30 and May 1, 2008 here in Baltimore City. The Local Host Committee will be tasked with organizing, fundraising for, and delivering the Conference. If you are interested, please email, fax or mail to me your name, contact information, and a brief (1-2 paragraphs) statement on why you would be interested in serving on the Committee no later than Friday, April 20, 2008. Thank you.

    Billy Hwang
    Office of Councilman Kraft
    City Hall, Room 505
    100 N.- Holliday St.
    Baltimore, MD 21202
    (443) 984-3763 tel.
    (410) 347-0547 fax
    bhwang@baltimorecitycouncil.com
    http://www.jimkraftcc.com

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  • 10. Bronwyngreenbuilding  |  April 5, 2007 at 12:01 pm

    oops – for the above Annual Greening Rooftops for Sustainable Communities Conference, Awards & Trade Show submit your statementts by April 20, 2007! (typo)

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  • 12. loisgreencity  |  April 5, 2007 at 7:56 pm

    Mid-Atlantic Regional Air Management Association
    711 W 40th St Ste 312,
    Baltimore, MD 21211-2109

    (410) 467-0170

    Website: http://www.marama.org
    Email: marama@marama.org

    Cooperative association of state and local air pollution control agencies. Members represent Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia.

    Seeks to strengthen the skills and capabilities of member agencies and help them work together to prevent and reduce air pollution in the Mid-Atlantic Region.

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  • 13. loisgreencity  |  April 8, 2007 at 10:49 am

    Sierra Club’s Baltimore Inner City Outings program:

    Provides under-served Baltimore City youth with educational, enjoyable, safe, cost-free outdoor experiences including: nature hikes, camping, canoeing & caving, initiative and confidence coursework, orienteering, cycling, community service for Baltimore’s Recreation & Parks Dept.

    Partners with 4 local area orgs: 1) Franciscan Youth Ctr, 2) Digital Harbar High School, 4) Dickey Hill Elementary School.

    Currenlty seeking volunteers. For more info:

    http://ico.sierraclub.org/baltimore/index.html

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  • 14. greencitybaltimore  |  April 8, 2007 at 11:05 am

    Parks and People Foundation

    Non-Profit organization striving to improve the quality of life for all people in the Baltimore area through educational and recreational programs that motivate young people and through partnerships that create and sustain green spaces within our city.

    http://www.parksandpeople.org

    Comprehensive events calendar, including many activities for and involving Baltimore area kids:

    http://www.parksandpeople.org/events.html

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  • 15. loisgreencity  |  April 8, 2007 at 5:15 pm

    Clean Water Fund – Baltimore office

    2229 North Charles Street, Baltimore,MD 21218, (410) 889-4055

    http://www.cleanwaterfund.org/

    Clean Water Fund is a national nonprofit research and educational organization, with locally staffed environmental and health protection programs serving communities in over 20 states (including Maryland). Its programs build on and complement those of Clean Water Action, a national organization which has helped develop, pass, strengthen and defend the nation’s major water and toxics laws such as the Clean Water Act, Safe Drinking Water Act, Superfund and others, including their state-level counterparts.

    The Baltimore office of Clean Water Fund focuses on helping Marylanders campaign successfully for cleaner and safer water, cleaner air, and protection from toxic pollution in our homes, neighborhoods and workplaces.

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  • 16. loisgreencity  |  April 8, 2007 at 6:35 pm

    Baltimore Regional Partnership

    An alliance of five civic and environmental groups — Citizens Planning and Housing Association, Baltimore Urban League, 1000 Friends of Maryland, Environmental Defense, Chesapeake Bay Foundation — that work on a common agenda to enhance the Baltimore area’s quality of life through urban revitalization and environmental protection.

    http://www.balto-region-partners.org/index.htm

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  • 17. loisgreencity  |  April 8, 2007 at 6:38 pm

    1000 Friends of Maryland

    An alliance of non-profit groups supporting environmental integrity and green growth for our region. Also, a Baltimore Regional Partnership member.

    1209 N. Calvert Street
    Baltimore, MD 21202
    phone: 410.385.2910

    http://www.friendsofmd.org

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  • 18. loisgreencity  |  April 8, 2007 at 6:41 pm

    Greater Baltimore Urban League

    512 Orchard Street
    Baltimore, MD 21201

    (410) 523-8150

    Nation’s oldest and largest community-based movement devoted to empowering African Americans to enter the economic and social mainstream. Also, a Baltimore Regional Partnership member.

    http://www.bul.org/

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  • 19. loisgreencity  |  April 8, 2007 at 6:45 pm

    Citzens Planning and Housing Association

    218 W. Saratoga Street 5th Floor
    Baltimore, MD 21201

    410-539-1369

    CPHA envisions a well-planned Baltimore region with equity among jurisdictions, where citizens respect diversity and have access to responsive government and quality housing in vibrant neighborhoods. Also, a Baltimore Regional Partnership member.

    http://www.cphabaltimore.org/

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  • 20. loisgreencity  |  April 8, 2007 at 6:53 pm

    Environmental Defense

    A leading national nonprofit organization representing more than 500,000 members. Since 1967, we have linked science, economics and law to create innovative, equitable and cost-effective solutions to society’s most urgent environmental problems.

    A Baltimore Regional Partnership member.

    http://www.environmentaldefense.org

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  • 21. loisgreencity  |  April 8, 2007 at 7:07 pm

    Baltimore Metropolitan Council

    2700 Lighthouse Point East, Suite 310, Baltimore, MD 21224.

    http://www.baltometro.org

    An organization of the Baltimore region’s elected executives, representing Baltimore City and Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Harford and Howard counties, whose goal is to Improve the quality of life and economic vitality in the Baltimore region. Among other things, it is involved in environmental and transportation planning.

    The BMC offers many opportunities for community participation. For more info contact: Monica Haines, mhaines@baltometro.org or 410-732-0500 x1047.

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  • 22. loisgreencity  |  April 8, 2007 at 7:21 pm

    Baltimore Transit Alliance

    A diverse group of businesses, civic and environmental organizations, and foundations affiliated with the Greater Baltimore Committee, Baltimore’s premier business organization.

    BTA’s Board of Advisors has adopted a work plan to ensure the focus of our work is balanced between short and long range goals. For details, see:

    http://www.gbc.org/bta/Pages/workplan.html

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  • 23. loisgreencity  |  April 11, 2007 at 9:25 pm

    Environment Maryland – new home of Maryland PIRG’s environmental work

    3121 St. Paul St., Suite 26 • Baltimore, MD 21218-3857
    Phone (410) 467-0439

    Environment Maryland is a statewide, citizen-based environmental advocacy organization. Our professional staff combines independent research, practical ideas and tough-minded advocacy to overcome the opposition of powerful special interests and win real results for Maryland’s environment. Environment Maryland draws on 30 years of success in tackling our state’s top environmental problems.

    https://www.environmentmaryland.org/

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  • 24. loisgreencity  |  April 13, 2007 at 12:23 pm

    US Green Bulding Task Force – Baltimore Regional Chapter

    Develops ways to educate and involve many in creating healthier, more productive businesses and communities in the state of Maryland. Its programs bring knowledge about and involve people in the process of environmental lifestyle changes.

    It also co-chaired the Baltimore Green Building Task Force along with Baltimore City Councilman Jim Craft, and its efforts were crucial in creating & developing the Green Building Task Force Report, which recommended, among other things, the creation of a Baltimore City Office of Sustainability.

    http://chapters.usgbc.org/baltimore/

    Maintains a calendar of “Green Community” events at:

    http://chapters.usgbc.org/baltimore/news_&_announcements.html

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  • 25. dougretzler  |  April 17, 2007 at 8:18 am

    Save Our Streams (SOS)
    Educates citizen volunteers and community organizations to clean, monitor, and protect Maryland’s waterways. SOS addresses the root causes of stream pollution by educating and supporting people to perform common-sense projects to solve them.
    791 Aquahart Road, Suite 100
    Glen Burnie, MD 21061
    410 766-9443 , 800 448-5826

    E-mail: info@saveourstreams.org
    WWW: http://www.saveourstreams.org

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  • 26. dougretzler  |  April 17, 2007 at 8:25 am

    Center for Watershed Protection
    Works to provide objective and scientifically sound information on effective techniques to protect and restore urban watersheds.
    8391 Main Street
    Ellicott City, MD 21043-4605
    Phone: (410) 461-8323
    E-mail: center@cwp.org

    WWW: http://www.cwp.org

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  • 27. dougretzler  |  April 17, 2007 at 8:34 am

    Herring Run Watershed Association (HRWA)

    HRWA works to improve the environmental quality of the Herring Run watershed for the mutual benefit of its communities and the Chesapeake Bay by mobilizing volunteers for advocacy, restoration, and education.
    4337 Harford Road
    Baltimore, MD 21214
    (410) 254-1577
    E-mail: rich@herringrun.org

    WWW: http://www.herringrun.org/

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  • 28. loisgreencity  |  April 24, 2007 at 11:57 pm

    Chesapeake Climate Action Network (MD):

    The Chesapeake Climate Action Network (CCAN) is the first grassroots, nonprofit organization dedicated exclusively to fighting global warming in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. Our mission is to educate and mobilize citizens of this region in a way that fosters a rapid societal switch to clean energy and energy-efficient products, thus joining similar efforts worldwide to slow and perhaps halt the dangerous trend of global warming.

    http://www.chesapeakeclimate.org/index_md.cfm

    Has a pretty active Baltimore chapter which helped get then Mayor O’Malley to sign off on “CleanCities” agreement. Find contact info for Baltimore chapter!

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  • 29. loisgreencity  |  April 25, 2007 at 12:05 am

    Friends of Patterson Park

    27 S Patterson Park Ave,
    Baltimore, MD 21231-2102
    Phone: (410) 276-3676
    Fax: (410) 327-7592

    Website: http://www.pattersonpark.com
    Email: friends@pattersonpark.com

    Provides residents with a voice in planning all future park activities and developments, sponsors and promotes activities which enhance the park, supports programming by the Department of Recreation and Parks, and develops fund raising strategies to support the above goals.

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  • 30. loisgreencity  |  April 25, 2007 at 12:07 am

    Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay

    6600 York Rd Ste 100,
    Baltimore, MD 21212-2092
    Phone: (410) 377-6270
    Fax: (410) 377-7144
    Website: http://www.alliancechesbay.org
    Email: mail@acb-online.org

    Regional organization that builds and fosters partnerships to restore the Bay and its rivers. Develops methods and tools for restoration activities and trains citizens to use them; mobilizes decision-makers, stakeholders and other citizens to learn about Bay issues and participates in resolving them; as well as, provides analysis, information and evaluation of Bay policies, proposals and institutions.

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  • 31. loisgreencity  |  April 25, 2007 at 12:08 am

    Communities Committee

    1206 John St,
    Baltimore, MD 21217-4113
    Phone: (410) 409-3365

    http://www.communitiescommittee.org

    The Communities Committee is a nonprofit organization made up of a diverse group of people from across the United States who believe local participation in stewardship of natural resources is critical to both forest ecosystem health and community well-being. The Committee is comprised of urban foresters, environmental activists, private forest landowners, civil servants, forest stewardship practitioners, professional foresters, forest industry representatives, academics, and researchers.

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  • 32. loisgreencity  |  April 25, 2007 at 12:28 am

    Garden Harvest
    Address: 14045 Mantua Mill Rd,
    Reisterstown, MD 21136-4835
    Phone: (410) 526-0698
    Fax: (410) 429-1991

    http://www.gardenharvest.org
    Email: garharvest@aol.com

    Farm that alleviates hunger by growing and donating fresh, organic vegetables, fruit and eggs to the hungry via emergency food agencies. Serves as an educational center where people can learn and practice methods of organic farming and sustainable agriculture and can be educated in nutrition and in issues of hunger and homelessness.

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  • 33. loisgreencity  |  April 25, 2007 at 12:36 am

    Marshy Point Nature Center Council

    7130 Marshy Point Rd,
    Baltimore, MD 21220-1311
    Phone: (410) 887-2817
    Fax: (410) 335-8995
    Email: marshypt@bcpl.net

    Need more info!

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  • 34. loisgreencity  |  April 25, 2007 at 12:42 am

    Prettyboy Watershed Alliance

    PO Box 512,
    Monkton, MD 21111-0512
    Phone: (410) 239-0640
    Fax: (410) 239-4917

    http://www.prettyboywatershed.org

    Email: prettyboywatershed@gmail.com

    A citizen-led organization created to promote landowner stewardship, build public-private partnerships, and advocate watershed protection and restoration.

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  • 35. loisgreencity  |  April 25, 2007 at 12:43 am

    Gunpowder Valley Conservancy Inc

    PO Box 9733,
    Towson, MD 21284-9733
    Phone: (410) 592-3562

    Description

    Works to preserve the rural character and historic and natural heritage in the Gunpowder River Watershed.

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  • 36. loisgreencity  |  April 25, 2007 at 12:45 am

    Mt Washington Preservation Trust

    PO Box 20851,
    Baltimore, MD 21209-0851
    Phone: (410) 664-7196
    Fax: (410) 367-7106

    Located in one of Baltimore’s oldest neighborhoods, actively seeking donations of conservation easements in an effort to limit further development in the community and preserve its open spaces. Community Greening program has cultivated public spaces in the neighborhood in order to enhance the neighborhood and make it an even more attractive place to live.

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  • 37. loisgreencity  |  April 25, 2007 at 12:46 am

    Environmental Fund for MD

    An alliance of more than twenty non-profit organizations dedicated to preserving, protecting and sustaining Maryland’s natural heritage. EFM was formed in 1993 to raise awareness and funds for its member organizations by gaining participation in public and private workplace giving campaigns so that donors could support Maryland’s environment through payroll deduction.

    http://www.efm.org/

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  • 38. loisgreencity  |  April 25, 2007 at 12:47 am

    Jones Falls Watershed Association

    3000 Chestnut Ave Ste 100,
    Baltimore, MD 21211-2756
    Phone: (410) 366-3036
    Fax: (410) 366-3039

    http://www.jonesfalls.org

    Email: jfwa@greaterhomewood.org

    The Jones Falls Watershed Association works to protect and restore the health and beauty of the Jones Falls Watershed through restoration, monitoring, advocacy, and citizen awareness.

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  • 39. loisgreencity  |  May 7, 2007 at 10:41 pm

    University of Maryland
    College of Agriculture & Natural Resources
    Harry R. Hughes Center for Agrico-Ecology, Inc.

    http://agroecol.umd.edu/

    The Harry R. Hughes Center for Agro-Ecology, Inc. is a private, non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization affiliated with the University of Maryland. Founded in 1999, the Center brings together diverse interests from the agricultural, forestry, and environmental communities for the purpose of retaining Maryland’s working landscapes and the industries they support while protecting and improving the health of the Chesapeake Bay and its tributaries.

    What We Do

    The Center works toward achieving its diverse mission through a three-pronged approach of scientific research, policy analysis, and outreach and education efforts.

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  • 40. loisgreencity  |  May 8, 2007 at 7:43 pm

    Baltimore Bird Club

    chapter of the Maryland Ornithological Society

    with related links

    http://baltimorebirdclub.org/

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  • 41. loisgreencity  |  May 8, 2007 at 7:47 pm

    Partners for Open Space – Save Maryland Lands

    http://www.partnersforopenspace.org/

    A statewide coalition of groups seeking to secure, save, and protect Maryland’s land conservation programs. The 150+ member coalition includes a wide range of groups and is led by The Nature Conservancy, Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Environment Maryland, Maryland Recreation and Parks Association, Maryland League of Conservation Voters Education Fund, 1000 Friends of Maryland, Trust for Public Land, and American Farmland Trust.

    Membership to Partners for Open Space is open to all groups who support the coalition’s mission. Partners for Open Space’s fiscal agent is 1000 Friends of Maryland and does not endorse, support, or oppose any candidates for office.

    List of member organizations at:

    http://www.partnersforopenspace.org/about.htm

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  • 42. loisgreencity  |  May 8, 2007 at 7:50 pm

    Baltimore Sun article (wrong date):

    O’Malley pledges to fund preservation effort
    Glendening, Ehrlich shifted money from Program Open Space to other programs to help balance budget

    http://www.baltimoresun.com/business/realestate/bal-md.funding12jan12,0,5246670.story?coll=bal-realestate-headlines-1

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  • 43. loisgreencity  |  May 10, 2007 at 10:09 pm

    Friends of Maryland’s Olmsted Parks & Landscapes, Inc.

    http://www.olmstedmaryland.org/

    The Friends of Maryland’s Olmsted Parks & Landscapes, Inc. (FMOPL) is an all volunteer, 501(c)(3) non-profit membership organization established in 1986 and affiliated with the National Association for Olmsted Parks.

    We are dedicated to the protection, enhancement, and appreciation of historic landscapes and greenspaces nationwide, and in particular, to protecting and preserving Maryland’s Olmsted parks and landscapes.

    Friends of Maryland’s Olmsted Parks & Landscapes actively encourages the revival of Olmsted’s comprehensive approach to parks and other landscapes as essential to the quality of life in our communities.

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  • 44. loisgreencity  |  May 14, 2007 at 11:23 pm

    Maryland PIRG (Public Interest Research Group)

    http://www.marylandpirg.org/

    3121 St. Paul St., Suite 26
    Baltimore, MD 21218
    (410) 467-9389

    Maryland PIRG uncovers threats to public health and well-being and fights to end them, using the time-tested tools of investigative research, media exposés, grassroots organizing, advocacy and litigation. Maryland PIRG’s mission is to deliver persistent, result-oriented public interest activism that encourages a fair, sustainable economy, and fosters responsive, democratic government.

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  • 45. loisgreencity  |  May 14, 2007 at 11:24 pm

    Maryland PIRG Foundation

    3121 St. Paul St., Suite 26
    Baltimore, MD 21218
    (410) 467-9389

    http://www.marylandpirg.org/foundation/

    With public debate around important issues often dominated by special interests pursuing their own narrow agendas, Maryland PIRG Foundation offers an independent voice that works on behalf of the public interest. Maryland PIRG Foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization, works to protect consumers and promote good government in Maryland. We investigate problems, craft solutions, educate the public, and offer Maryland residents meaningful opportunities for civic participation.

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  • 46. loisgreencity  |  May 15, 2007 at 10:42 am

    Baltimore City Forestry Board

    http://www.baltocfb.sailorsite.net/BCFB.html

    Forest Conservancy District Boards, referred to as Forestry Boards, function in all 23 Maryland countries and Baltimore City. The Boards were established by law in 1943 by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR). The Baltimore City Forestry Board held its first meeting in June 1987.

    The Baltimore City Board is composed of individuals who serve voluntarily as advocates for trees and forest.
    This Board provides leadership for the improvement of the environment in urban and suburban areas and help
    educate people about the variety of benefits trees and forest provide.

    All members of the Board are unpaid volunteers who work closely with state foresters. Members are formally
    appointed by the Director of the Maryland DNR-Forest Service on the recommendation of the chairman and
    members of the Board in consultation with our local DNR Forester.

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  • 47. loisgreencity  |  May 15, 2007 at 5:49 pm

    Chesapeake Bay Program

    The Chesapeake Bay Program is a unique regional partnership that has led and directed the restoration of the Chesapeake Bay since 1983. The Chesapeake Bay Program partners include the states of Maryland, Pennsylvania and Virginia; the District of Columbia; the Chesapeake Bay Commission, a tri-state legislative body; the Environmental Protection Agency, representing the federal government; and participating citizen advisory groups.

    Has a really comprehensive resource website with a lot of news, info, games, and other cool features. See:

    http://www.chesapeakebay.net

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  • 48. loisgreencity  |  May 15, 2007 at 5:57 pm

    Chesapeake Bay Program’s comprehensive calendar of events at:

    http://www.chesapeakebay.net/calendar.cfm

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  • 49. loisgreencity  |  May 17, 2007 at 7:30 pm

    Urban Ecology Collaborative – cultivates healthy, safe and vibrant cites through collective learning and united action and by:

    http://www.urbanecologycollaborative.org/uec/

    -Developing a unique multi-city network for urban ecosystem research and restoration

    -Completing relevant programs, or “tools” such as educational programs, urban forestry programs and advocacy programs to address common urban ecosystem issues

    -Developing and integrated “tool-kit” for sharing these tools, standartizing them, evaluating their effectiveness and disseminating them to our cites

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  • 50. loisgreencity  |  May 23, 2007 at 10:02 am

    List of organizations that parntered in Baltimore Tree Partnership: Phase I (when 200 trees were planted at Patterson & Carroll Parks with the help of community volunteers) (scroll down to see):

    http://www.bockleygallery.com/css/BTP_html/BTP%20text.html

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  • 51. loisgreencity  |  June 6, 2007 at 1:14 pm

    Orion Grassroots Network – find a member organization near you! To view member organizations in MD, click here & scroll down:

    http://www.orionsociety.org/pages/ogn/vieworg.cfm?ob=st

    The Orion Grassroots Network is a diverse coalition of 1070 grassroots organizations from across North America and beyond.

    Member organizations are recognized in their home communities as leaders in the fields of conservation, restoration, energy, education, agriculture, democracy, justice, health, peace, economics, and more. Connect with this diverse Network and access great services to help your group succeed:

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  • 52. loisgreencity  |  June 6, 2007 at 2:15 pm

    Chesapeake Audobon Society

    http://www.chesapeakeaudubon.org/

    Chesapeake Audubon Society (CAS) is a group of citizens involved in the appreciation and preservation of the natural world around us. Linked together by membership in the National Audubon Society (recent National Audubon Advisory or News Release). Chesapeake Audubon, an independent, local Audubon Chapter, promotes the conservation of our natural resources through education and advocacy.

    For chapter field trips & programs:

    http://www.chesapeakeaudubon.org/fldtrips.htm

    For meetings & special events:

    http://www.chesapeakeaudubon.org/meetings.htm

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  • 53. loisgreencity  |  June 6, 2007 at 5:55 pm

    Baltimore Harbor WATERKEEPER®

    Baltimore, Maryland is a waterfront city, with a waterfront culture. However, Baltimore’s waterways are so polluted that Baltimoreans are unable to enjoy them. We deserve better. Founded in Fall 2006, Baltimore Harbor WATERKEEPER® (“BHWK”) seeks to reclaim Baltimore’s waters from municipal and industrial pollution. BHWK acts as the eyes, ears, and voice of the Baltimore Harbor and the greater Patapsco River in the hopes of a cleaner tomorrow.
    Eliza Smith Steinmeier
    Executive Director & Waterkeeper
    Baltimore Harbor WATERKEEPER

    PLEASE NOTE NEW EMAIL ADDRESS & OFFICE INFORMATION:
    3000 Chestnut Ave, Suite 100 | Baltimore, MD 21211
    T: 410-366-3038 | F: 410-366-3039 | C: 310-367-3638
    E: eliza@harborwaterkeeper.org

    Baltimore Harbor WATERKEEPER is a member of the WATERKEEPER Alliance (www.waterkeeper.org).

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  • 54. loisgreencity  |  June 7, 2007 at 1:04 pm

    Institute of Ecosystem Studies

    http://www.ecostudies.org

    Founded in 1983 by the eminent ecologist Dr. Gene E. Likens, the Institute of Ecosystem Studies (IES) is a world-renowned leader in applying the ecosystem approach to some of society’s most pressing problems, from the quantity and quality of freshwater resources to the health of our forests. The unbiased scientific information produced by IES scientists is essential to sound environmental policy, management decisions, and education curricula.

    Globally relevant, IES research is truly science in the service of society. A society that understands and appreciates ecological systems is much more likely to protect them for future generations. To learn more about the Institute, browse through our web content on IES research, educational opportunities, on-site attractions, staff publications, scientific lectures, development opportunities, and more.

    For more detail about IES’ collaboration with other scientists on the Baltimore Ecosystem study, see:

    http://www.ecostudies.org/IES_urban_ecology.html

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  • 55. loisgreencity  |  June 18, 2007 at 9:53 am

    In a response to findings of arsenic in the soil of a Baltimore City Park, Mayor Sheila Dixon and Health Commissioner Dr. Joshua M. Sharfstein have announced the formation of a team of experts to investigate current and potential environmental violations. The School of Law’s Professor Rena Steinzor has been selected as legal technical advisor to the team, and joins leaders from the Bloomberg School of Public Health, the City Solicitor’s office, and the Federal Hill South Neighborhood Association.

    For more, see:

    http://www.law.umaryland.edu/news_detail.asp?news=256

    Related storie, press reports, and links at:

    http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/local/baltimore_city/bal-te.ci.park21apr21,0,5705384.story

    http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/local/baltimore_city/bal-md.arsenic08may08,0,3449621.story?coll=bal-baltimorecity-storyutil

    http://www.baltimorehealth.org/press/2007_05_07_SwannParkTaskFroce.pdf

    http://www.wbaltv.com/news/13508681/detail.html

    http://www.baltimorehealth.org/info/2007_06_14_summaryatsdrreport.pdf

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  • 56. loisgreencity  |  June 22, 2007 at 6:14 pm

    Think green isn’t cool? Check out the Natural Resource Defense Council’s hip new website, http://www.itsyournature.org/

    View :”cool green” videos, songs, blog posts, and more!

    Also see the “About Us” page to see why NRDC calls itself the nation’s “most effective environmental action organization.”

    http://www.itsyournature.org/meet
    http://www.itsyournature.org/meet

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  • 57. loisgreencity  |  July 25, 2007 at 7:06 pm

    Members of Coalition: Partners for Open Space: Save Maryland Lands

    http://www.partnersforopenspace.org/about.htm

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  • 58. dougretzler  |  September 7, 2007 at 2:06 am

    BCAN: Baltimore Climate Action Network
    A chapter of CCAN: Chesapeake Climate Action Network.
    Baltimore Climate Action Network (BCAN), representing Baltimore City & Baltimore County,
    working toward global warming solutions
    CONTACT US – mail@baltimoreclimate.org
    phone – 410-339-7114.

    http://www.baltimoreclimate.org

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  • 59. Barry Childress  |  October 31, 2007 at 7:15 pm

    Windswept Grant Program

    On October 26, the Maryland Energy Administration announced a new initiative to provide funding for small scale wind energy systems. The MEA Windswept Grant Program can assist residential or non- residential Marylanders in funding these projects.

    Grant amounts are $1500/kw for a maximum grant amount for Residential Wind Systems: $3000

    Read more: http://www.baltimorespokes.org/article.php?story=20071031190446292

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  • 60. loisgreencity  |  February 5, 2008 at 2:32 am

    2008 Baltimore Green Week runs April 25th through May 2nd and kicks-off with an EcoFestival, which is free to the public, Saturday April 26th at Druid Hill Park. We expect over 120 vendors and exhibitors at the EcoFestival. Additionally, there will be music, healthy food, an EcoKids section, workshops and lots of cool things happening regarding living green. If you are interested in being a vendor or exhibitor please visit http://www.baltimoregreenweek.org and complete the “contact us” form to receive detailed participation information. Following the EcoFestival, Baltimore Green Week continues for a week with daily programs. We are developing over 12 additional exciting programs which will take place between April 28 through May 2nd. To learn more please visit our web site and complete the contact us form – then you will receive event updates.”

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