Filed under: Events, Sustainable Living | Tags: Chesapeake Bay Health, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Publid Health, Sustainability
Populations and Pressures And The Bay Symposium
Discussion on the alarming impact of growing human activity on the health of the Chesapeake Bay
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
Friday, September 17th, 12:30 – 3:30 pm
615 N. Wolfe Street
Sheldon Hall, MAP IT
Filed under: Events, News | Tags: Baltimore Green Business, Mid-Atlantic Green Business Forum, Sustainability
|2009 Mid-Atlantic Green Business Forum|
|Monday, October 26, 2009 – Tuesday, October 27, 2009|
The Engineers Club
|11 West Mount Vernon Place|
|Baltimore, MD 21201|
Two full days of sessions, trainings, exhibits and networking including
- Two Networking Lunches
- Green Business Evening Reception
- Six networking breaks.
Registration costs $195.00 per business. For more information, CLICK HERE.
Filed under: News | Tags: 3/50 Project, Baltimore Green News, Baltimore Windpower, Joel The Urban Gardener, Meatless Monday, Sustainability
There is a lot of great green news from Baltimore lately. I wanted to share with you what other Baltimore bloggers are saying…
Baltimore Sun, B’More Green Blog:
Baltimore woman seeks to be first with wind turbine
Baltimore Etsy Street Team:
Have You Heard About The 3/50 Project?
Center For a Livable Future:
Meatless Monday Campaign
Joel The Urban Gardener:
Gardening On A Budget: Year Round Color With Perennials
Filed under: News | Tags: Baltimore Local, Sustainability, University Farmers Market, University of Maryland
The University Farmers’ Market will take place on Tuesdays from 10:30 – 2:30pm across from the main entrance of the University of Maryland Medical Center. The market will offer fruits, vegetables, and cut flowers from organic farmers, naturally raised meats, artisan cheeses, and sustainable seafood among a variety of other foods from local vendors.