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Green Events This Weekend

Green Events This Weekend

Panel Discussion
Hope for the Chesapeake Bay: A survey of challenges and solutions in the community

Saturday, February 27, 2010
Brunch, 10 a.m.| Program 10:30-12 p.m.

Moderator and long time environmentalist, Gerald Winegrad will walk us through a brief history of the state of the Chesapeake Bay allowing us to take a look at how political, policy, and societal issues threaten our national treasure today.   Leaders and activists will share their experiences at both state and federal levels as we explore the steps citizens can take to successfully revitalize our local waterways.  Funders and local environmental groups will be on hand to help get you started today!


Chuck Fox, Senior Advisor on the Chesapeake Bay, EPA
Halle Van der Gaag, Director, Jones Falls Watershed Association
Ned Tillman, Author of The Chesapeake Bay: A Sense of Place, A Call to Action
Tom Horton, Author of Turning the Tide: saving the Chesapeake Bay
John Campagna, Principal, Restore Capital

The event is free and open to the public. $10 donation encouraged but not required.


Baltimore Museum of Industry
1415 Key Highway, Baltimore, MD 21230

Mount Washington Eco Fair at Mt. Washington Village

Saturday, February 27, 2010
10am – 2pm

The Baltimore Neighborhood Energy Challenge and the Mount Washington Improvement Association are going to be co-hosting the Mount Washington’s first annual Eco Fair on Saturday February 27, 2010.  The event will feature eco-friendly craftsmen, artists, environmental health specialists, acupuncturists, energy efficiency service providers, renewable energy installation providers, environmental products, urban garden specialists, local and sustainable food, and much more.  Raffles and prizes will be given away.


Mount Washington Elementary School
1801 Sulgrave Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21209