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Please join us our Community Web Building Project for Baltimore!

Please do so in one of the following ways:

1) Contribute ideas, organization or event information, links, suggestions or criticisms relevant to our site. Here’s how:

– To add your upcoming events, click on the “Upcoming Events” page and add info about your upcoming event in the “Comment” section.

– Or scroll down to any of our relevant categories listed on the right side from our Home page, and add information, links, information, suggestions, comments or ideas to one or more “Comments” for that category.

2) Attend one of our GreenCityBaltimore upcoming events (listed in the “Upcoming Events” section) and help us connect up with various people, businesses, and organizations in the community, spread the word about our project, and gain a wider pool of readers, volunteers, participants, writers, thinkers, artists, and photographers to help us develop and contribute to our site, our grassroots movement, and subscribe to site, listserve, and photostream.

3) Join our GreenCityBaltimore listserve to learn about all the latest GCB upcoming events, parties, and volunteer opportunities and to more easily post messages, links, photos, and other information to our members.

To join, go here: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/greencitybaltimore/
And Click “Join This Group!” Button.

4) Contact us at greencitybaltimore@yahoo.com if you’d like to discuss ideas, volunteering or partnering opportunities, or anything else related to our project with Lois or Doug.

Thank you! We look forward to hearing from as much of the Baltimore community as possible. It’s up to all of us to make this our very own “GreenCityBaltimore!”

–Lois Tuttle and Doug Retzler, The GreenCityBaltimore.org Website Development Team

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16 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Jeff Muller  |  May 7, 2007 at 4:46 pm

    Irvine Nature Center is interested in contributing to green efforts in Baltimore – please keep us in mind as you continue your work, and let us know how we can help.

    Reply
  • 2. Lolita  |  May 9, 2007 at 6:35 am

    I teach Soaring Crane QiGong, what do I need to do to be listed on your site?

    Reply
  • 3. Kevin Estis  |  May 23, 2007 at 11:59 am

    Just to let anyone know who might be interested in Bio-diesel…..contact Mill Valley-net….located at 28th St. & Sisson, directly off of I-83.

    Reply
  • 4. Friends of Gwynns Falls/Leakin Park  |  July 27, 2007 at 1:45 pm

    Excellent site. I will definitely make good use of it. Congratulations for all of your hard work.

    Michele Rosenberg

    Reply
  • 5. Sidney Rankin  |  August 9, 2007 at 11:54 am

    Interesting site. No time to surf it now.t

    Reply
  • 6. Joe Adams  |  September 1, 2007 at 3:15 pm

    The Baltimore City / County chapter of CCAN (Chesapeake Climate Action Network) is growing.

    Next meeting is Tuesday Sept 25th, 2007, 7 – 8:30PM
    The Cathedral of the Incarnation (Episcopal Diocesan Center);
    4 E. University Parkway – on the NE corner of University Parkway and N. Charles St.; Baltimore, MD 21218. Free parking Pizza.

    Would like to discuss with anyone who’s interested in collaborating on ways to support a Gloabl Warming Solutions Initiative on the state level, and also local activities in Baltimore City and County.

    My home number: 410-296-6338; cell: 410-812-1447.

    – Joe Adams

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  • 7. Wes Sims  |  September 4, 2007 at 12:32 pm

    Hi all,
    I’m in the process of putting together a non-profit that focuses on educating builders and the public on green/sustainable building practices. I’m just stopping in to say hi. Keep up the good work.

    Additionally, if anyone is interested in either volunteering or possibly working with us on a consulting basis, please don’t hesitate to let me know.

    wes@leedingedge.com

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  • 8. ashley allen  |  April 17, 2008 at 3:20 pm

    I would love to volunteer

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  • 9. Lenita Ryce  |  April 29, 2008 at 4:36 am

    I look forward to participating and building great relationships working towards a beautiful cause!

    Reply
  • 10. The Baltimore Babe  |  May 16, 2008 at 8:58 am

    Please send me your events!

    Reply
  • 11. George Brehm  |  May 19, 2008 at 9:33 pm

    I would like to announce Sun-Mar Maryland new website at the following url: http://www.sustainablegreenhomesolutions.com. We are dealers for Sun-Mar Composting Toilets and Rainwater Harvesting products. Sun-Mar Maryland can also assist you with turning your black roof into a low albedo white roof with a 20 year material warranty, this helps with the urban heat island effect in Baltimore. We are also experts in Erosion and Sediment Control and certified to do weekly and after storm inspections required by MDE General Construction Activity Permit. So if you are LEED-AP and in need of an Erosion and Sediment Control Inspector look no further. Please visit our website for contact info.

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  • 12. Carn  |  May 31, 2008 at 3:49 pm

    We are a small local business selling 100% pure soy candles and am trying to figure out how I advertise here. If this is not the method I apologize. Soy candles are eco-friendly and do not produce any of the ugly black soot caused by petroleum burn off in regular parafin candle.

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  • 13. George Brehm  |  November 11, 2008 at 11:43 am

    If anyone who has a rain barrel is interested in ways to maximize the environmental benefits, please feel free to e-mail sunmarmd@sustainablegreenhomesolutions.com. Infiltration is the best way to rechrge ground water. When Rain water is collected into a rain barrel a great opportunity exists to infiltrate that water into the ground. When winter sets in and you do not use the water for your flowers and garden and your rain barrel fills up what do you do with the water in your rainbarrell? If it overflows into the street and goes to a storm drain then your rainbarrel has reached its useful capacity. To reduce the need to monitor your rain barrel and to ensure you are achiving the maximum environmental benefits it should outfall to a “raingarden” which would infiltrate all the water overflowing from your rain barrell after it fills during large storm events or winter months when the captured water in the rain barrell is not used for watering gardens.

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  • 14. noell  |  September 29, 2009 at 1:31 pm

    I JUST WANTED TO TELL EVERYONE ABOUT MY CLEANIGN COMPANY THAT HAS GONE GREEN 🙂

    WE BRING ALL SUPPLIES THAT ARE PET ,KID& EARTH FRIENDLY

    IF ANYONE NEED’S THERE HOUSE CLEANED PLEASE FEEL FREE TO GIVE ME A CALL AT 443-722-1739 THANK YOU AND HAVE A GREAT DAY

    Reply
  • 15. mike sherlock  |  May 4, 2010 at 5:19 pm

    talk this saturday may 8 at mt washington arboretum about moss gardening(how to convert a lawn to moss), 11 am, speaker Linda Davis call 410 215 9527 for more info

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  • 16. Amber  |  September 11, 2010 at 6:26 am

    Hello!
    I have a question that I was hoping someone could answer for me. Is there an agency or site that provides pamphlets or booklets containing information on resources in Baltimore for those who are in need? I am organizing a venture that will be interacting with Baltimorians who could really use such information. I was thinking of collectingit myself, but if there is already an organization has already put this information together, then it would save a lot of time and energy. My main goal is to distribute this information to the people I will be working with. Look forward to hearing from you 🙂 Thanks in advance for your help!!

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