Resources & links

While we at GreenCityBaltimore have various aspirations for our website development project, our first and foremost goal is to create a website which is as complete & varied an environmental and ecological resource for our region as possible.

The best and only way we can really achieve this goal is for you to provide us with as much resource and link information about Baltimore related and/or relevant environmental and ecological websites, blogs, organizations, businesses, groups, events, programs, and ideas.

Please add your resource or link information by clicking on the “Comment” section below, by adding it to one of our categories, or by emailing us at: greencitybaltimore@yahoo.com

Thanks!

-Lois Tuttle and Doug Retzler
The GreenCityBaltimore Website Development Team

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21 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Scott Sharpe  |  April 15, 2007 at 9:19 am

    Rent Solar Panels for your home! No Investment, no up-front fees, no hassles, no worries! Fixed the rate you pay for electricity today for up to 25 years. Goto mmy website http://www.jointhesolution.com/annapolis to learn how and start producing your own green, clean, cheap power!

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  • 2. Loren LaVoy  |  May 17, 2007 at 7:38 pm

    Non-toxic & eco-friendly cleaning service ensuring that you always come back to an environment that is safe for you, your kids, and your pets.

    All products we use are earth friendly and non-toxic.

    Bonded and Insured.
    Members of the Better Business Bureau

    Green Clean LLC
    877-326-2532
    http://www.greencleanusa.org
    service@GreenCleanUSA.org

    Serving Baltimore and DC Metro Areas

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  • 3. Chidozie Bright  |  May 24, 2007 at 2:21 pm

    From green building products and materials to certified green building professionals located in the Baltimore area or nationwide, Good To Be Green has everything you need to start and finish your residential or commercial green building project.

    Products are arranged by category or CSI format and you can contact manufactures directly through the web site. This site requires no registration and access to product information is free.

    Start now by visiting http://www.goodtobegreen.com

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  • 4. GreenSpark Energy Solutions  |  July 15, 2007 at 2:31 pm

    Proven, leading-edge energy efficiency solutions for commercial, industrial, institutional, and multi-family buildings.

    Our work includes areas such as:

    Heating & Cooling: HVAC and refrigeration
    Lighting: High efficiency sytems, retrofits, audits, daylighting and intelligent system solutions, recycling, etc.
    Power: On-site solar power, demand response, demand
    aggregation.
    Emissions reduction calculations, assistance with tax incentives, etc.

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  • 5. Clean Technology Investing  |  July 15, 2007 at 2:38 pm

    Invest in the leading clean technology (‘cleantech’) companies in the world in an easy and low-cost way.

    About CTIUS

    Cleantech Index United States (CTIUS) was announced on the American Stock Exchange in February, 2006 and represented the first Index of its kind. The purpose of CTIUS was to provide the first cost-effective way to invest in the rapid growth of clean technology companies (which are found in a variety of industrial sectors). Within the Index, CTIUS companies fall into 11 cleantech sectors:

    * Clean Energy Generation
    * Clean Fuels
    * Energy Storage
    * Grid-level Energy Controls and Efficiency
    * On-site Energy Controls and Efficiency
    * Water & Wastewater Treatment
    * Environmental Quality (air, water, land, etc.)
    * Advanced Materials
    * Clean/efficient Industrial Processes & Systems
    * Eco-friendly Agriculture/Nutrition
    * Transportation

    Currently our Index Investment fund are traded on the American Stock Exchange and are up over 25% year-to-date. See our website, http://www.cleantechindex.com for more information.

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  • 6. Jess  |  August 6, 2007 at 9:04 am

    We want to bring The Urban Forest Project to Baltimore! Check it out at http://www.urbanforestproject.org

    Are you interested in supporting this event? Want to volunteer? Contact us!

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  • 7. alterego  |  August 15, 2007 at 10:58 am

    Sustainable building materials available in the heart of Catonsville. Please visit our website for more information.
    http://www.alter-e.com

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  • 8. Joe Adams  |  September 1, 2007 at 3:24 pm

    Please check out: http://www.baltimoreclimate.org

    I believe this is the fastest, easiest site for looking up and contacting your Council member (B. City or County), MD state legislator, or U.S. Congressman / Senator, includes quick legislative and congressional district maps, also quick links for sending Letters to the Editor.

    Our local CCAN chapter is on the move. We’d like to collaborate and exchange links with any groups or individuals interested in global warming solutions, especially on the state or local level.

    Next meeting: Tuesday Sept 25th, 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 Have some pizza.

    My email: joeadams@comcast.net
    phone: 410-296-6338 or 410-812-1447.

    – Joe

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  • 9. Jenna Garland  |  October 24, 2007 at 3:26 pm

    Hi everyone – I’m organizing the Think Outside the Bottle campaign here in Baltimore this fall. We’re working to asking citizens to pledge to “think outside the bottle,” meaning that they opt for tap over bottled and support local officials who advocate for strong public water resources.

    To sign the pledge online, please visit this site:
    http://www.stopcorporateabusenow.org/campaign/think_outside_the_bottle_pledge?qp_source=gc2

    For info on upcoming events, our strategy for Baltimore, etc, please contact me at (410) 467-2528 or jenna@greencorps.org.

    Thanks, and be green!

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  • 10. Stacy  |  February 11, 2008 at 5:06 pm

    Maryland Outdoor Club

    Come meet the members of the MOC at one or many of our monthly social hours. Everyone is welcome to attend (members and non-members, 18 and over) and there is no need to RSVP. Just show up!

    The social hours are very casual and we encourage you to come alone or bring a pal with you. We will make sure that you are introduced to other members, just look for one of our “Social Greeters” wearing a nametag. Also note that you can arrive at any time and stay as long as you’d like

    https://mdoutdoorclub.org/events/socialhour.asp

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  • 11. Katie  |  March 27, 2008 at 9:20 pm

    Help me start a “Neighborrow-hood” in Baltimore. Cut down on stuff by sharing and borrowing media, tools, and more with neighobrs. http://neighborrow.com

    Here’s a link to the Baltimore neighborhood – ask me if you need me to add more zip codes, as I just did a couple I knew off the top of my head.
    http://www.neighborrow.com/idea/invite.php?m=9pbzdvdd65qx4h8g

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  • 12. Kelton  |  June 17, 2008 at 12:41 pm

    I am a real estated investor who has rental unit apartment buildings. I would like to make my building a greener place for my tenants. Are there any resouce availble in the city to help me make this conversion?

    Ex. Heating and cooling, recyclying.

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  • 13. Valerie Butler  |  June 29, 2008 at 10:40 pm

    New watershed blog! Learn how we all contribute to water pollution and what you can do to lessen your impact. http://www.commonwaters.net

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  • 14. LINDA SAFLEY  |  December 9, 2008 at 1:42 pm

    If anyone can contribut to building a really Green city with the abandon buildings, get in touch with me, we have to do something, and get the Green city Project going and help the homeless now, the weather is frigid. Do something Now, and we can’t wait, people are freezing to death outside, call 443-708-1966. Much help needed with volunteers. Churches are bombed out as well, with the economy, and the energy costs. PLEASE HELP! LINDA

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  • 15. Great Soul Wellness Studio  |  February 25, 2009 at 4:05 pm

    Great Soul Wellness Studio is an environmentally conscious, family-friendly wellness studio in Northeast Baltimore. We are a gathering place for members of the community to meet, learn together, and be in healing relationships with each other. We offer a variety of movement-based classes in Yoga, Belly Dancing, Capoeira, Tai Chi, and more. Our wellness options include: Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine, Community Acupuncture, Cranio-Sacral Therapy, Massage, Naturopathic Medicine, Shamanic Healing, and Shiatsu. Our healing modalities, special speakers and events cater to the needs of parents, children, and the whole community.

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  • 16. Deborah Smith  |  April 15, 2009 at 5:02 pm

    I just noticed that most of the comments on this website are from 2007. There was only one that I saw from 2009. I am wondering how current these posts are and if this is an active website. For an up to the minute current website, highly inspirational, about sustainable activities in and around Baltimore, I highly recommend http://www.goforchange.com. Friday, April 17th, 2009, at 2:00pm they are having a “teleclass” that focuses on the positive and the sense of Awe and Wonder in dealing with the good side of sustainability currently happening. Please check it out.

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  • 17. Bord na Mona  |  July 6, 2009 at 2:22 pm

    Bord na Mona provides odor biofiltration, wastewater and water reuse solutions for municipal & residential applications including membranes, MBBR, SAF, peat biofilters and rainwater harvesting.

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    • 18. ABC Green Committee  |  September 10, 2010 at 2:09 pm

      Would you be interested in bringing literature, etc to an event we are having in 11 days!

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  • 19. Sally Voris  |  April 6, 2010 at 3:08 pm

    I am hoping to get help on my farm!

    White Rose Farm, a 132-acre farm near Gettysburg, seeks an experienced biodynamic farmer and/or business person to join us as we connect people to the natural world. We grow our gardens as an act of creation, with a heart for beauty, bounty and balance.

    The four-acre gardens include fruit, flowers, herbs and vegetables. The farm also raises free-range pork and chicken. The farm is a destination for people from Baltimore, Frederick and Washington, D.C. who come to visit, to re-treat and re-create, volunteer and experience great food and conversation.

    The farm is ideal for an artist who wants to work part-time and to connect with nature and with other people. Basic housing and food from the garden are provided. A small stipend or profit sharing is possible, depending on experience and responsibility. An ability to give oneself to work and to engage with others is essential. Please e-mail sally@whiterosefarm.com or call 410-756-9303.

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  • 20. ABC Green Committee  |  September 10, 2010 at 1:56 pm

    ABC GREEN NETWORK CONNECTOR

    Network on original UM research farm featuring food, drink, music, and local farmers market, produce vendors, sponsor booths & more!

    * Hear about UM’s proposed ‘Green Building Project’ Hosted by University of MD’s Research & Education Center – On location of its proposed new headquarters building 4240 Folly Quarter Road, Ellicott City, MD 21042

    Key Note Speakers:
    Howard County Executive, Mr. Ken Ulman
    University of Maryland’s, Brian Magness
    Doo Consulting, Peter Doo

    Register at http://www.abcbaltimore.com/event_registration.aspx?eventid=63941

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  • 21. ABC Green Committee  |  September 10, 2010 at 2:00 pm

    Download the registration hard copy for this event at: http://www.sid2day.com/GreenCommitteeConnector

    Reply

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