Water Blog

News, notes and thoughts from Blue Water Baltimore.

Treat Yourself To A Free Tree

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We hope you’re as excited about spring as we are, and about our upcoming free tree giveaways! From White Oak to Witch Hazel, we believe there’s a native tree out there for everyone. But only if you act fast –…

Maryland General Assembly Session of 2017

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The 2017 Maryland General Assembly session has come to a close. Throughout, Blue Water Baltimore was on the ground in Annapolis, collaborating with fellow environmental advocates ensuring our local waterways and the Chesapeake Bay are protected. This session brought a…

One Water Partnership

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Following the success of Blue Water Congregations, Blue Water Baltimore is proud to announce a continued partnership with Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake (IPC) on a program called One Water Partnership, to engage congregations in the Jones Falls Watershed in environmental…

Photovoice Artist Highlight: Ava D. Halls

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At Blue Water Baltimore we know that nobody understands the solutions to the complex challenges facing urban neighborhoods better than its residents. Photovoice is a unique educational workshop series that seeks to empower local communities to see and shape the…

Photovoice Artist Highlight: A’shonte Jones

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At Blue Water Baltimore we know that nobody understands the solutions to the complex challenges facing urban neighborhoods better than its residents. Photovoice is a unique educational workshop series that seeks to empower local communities to see and shape the…

Invasive Plant to Avoid: Japanese Spurge

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This week is National Invasive Species Awareness Week. Herring Run Nursery will be focusing each day on one invasive plant and a native alternative. Don’t Plant: Japanese Spurge Brought from Eastern Asia as an ornamental ground-cover, Japanese Spurge (Pachysandra) is an…