Water Blog

News, notes and thoughts from Blue Water Baltimore.

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…

Invasive Plant to Avoid: Burning Bush

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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: Burning Bush Burning Bush (Euonymus alatus) is planted by unsuspecting home-owners for its brilliant red color.…

Invasive Plant to Avoid: Chinese Silver Grass

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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: Chinese Silver Grass You’ve probably seen Chinese Silver Grass (Miscanthus sinensis) in landscaping around parking lots or…