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Tuesday, May 12

5:30 - 7:30 p.m.


300 Second Street, Annapolis

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Climate Change and Sea Level Rise and How Annapolis Plans to Respond

Details to Come. Save the Date!

No where else in the area will you meet so many eco-minded people from all aspects of our environmental and business community. Come join in and see what all the buzz is about!

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Thank You


for hosting our last
Green Drinks event

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thank you sponsors

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Read Annapolis Environmental Commission's comments on the June 25, 2014, Crystal Spring Preliminary Forest Conservation Plan (FCP)

Annapolis Green Featured in Story in What's Up? Magazine

Read "The Greening of Annapolis" online


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about Annapolis Green?
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See an environmental problem or violation in the City of Annapolis? Here's how to report it.


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Tell Us Your Stories!

We know you're made connections at Green Drinks. Some of your have started or clenched business deals. Some of you have met people in the environmental community that you likely would not have met otherwise. Others have made friendships. Others have recruited volunteers. Tell us how Green Drinks has affected you.

We're not looking for literature here -- just a few lines about how our almost-monthly networking events have changed you, your organization, your business.

Please drop us a line and tell us -- do it now while you're thinking of it. If you don't want us to use your name as we're compiling these, that's fine. Just let us know. Click here to send your email. Please... do it now!

The Earth from Space

 

Back Creek Conservancy
Now Forming

A group of citizen volunteers has taken initial steps to establish a conservancy to protect Back Creek in Annapolis.

The Conservancy will conduct its work in support of the 2014 Chesapeake Watershed Agreement and its 2025 targets. Its work is science-driven, with an important role for citizen science.

The group seeks volunteers to organize a program of Best Management Practices, driven by science, to reduce pollution and bring the creek back to a fishable, swimmable state while ensuring that it continues to accommodate the needs of the community.

This is a long-term effort that will require citizen support and funding.

Get involved!
See details in our brochure.

2015 Maryland Legislative Session
and the Environment

maryland state houseHow did the environment fare in the 2015 Legislative Session which closed Monday? Here’s how the Maryland League of Conservation Voters sees it.

Winners
Defending the Polluted Water Law
Phosphorous Management Tool
Fracking Moratorium
State Budget

Losers
Clean Energy Advancement Act
Pollinator Protection Act
Environmental Justice – Cumulative Air Impact Analysis

Learn more.

Our Responsible Events & Festivals program helps organizations operate their special events Go Green by providing best practices including recycling, composting and measurement, and assisting with marketing, sponsorships, and resources. From sporting events to festivals, to running races, sailing regattas and more. Learn more.

We helped to Green the Across the Bay 10K on November 9 with a our Run ResponsiblyTM campaign.

It's a great partnership -- linking physical fitness with environmental stewardship! Read more

We have helped the organizers of a number of waterside events Go Green with our Red Right RecycleTM campaign, including the Hospice Cup Shoreside Party, and the J/80 World Championship Regatta.

Why It's Important to Shop Local... All Year

Be Inspired


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Are you eligible for a Stormwater Management Tax Credit from Anne Arundel County? Read more.

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FIND OUT HOW TODONATE

GET ON THE LIST!
BECOME A MEMBER OF
THE FOUNDING ONE HUNDRED

founding 100
  1. Charlie Birney
  2. Infrared Tools Energy Services*
  3. Gene Singleton & Maureen McEnerney
  4. Keith & Helen Drewett*
  5. Doug Lashley/GreenVest
  6. Elvia Thompson
  7. Lynne & Mark Forsman
  8. Ralph Gleason
  9. Shelley & Eric Rubin
  10. Boatyard Bar & Grill
  11. John Nicklin
  12. Cohen Community Fund
  13. Towne Park
  14. Eastport Civic Association
  15. Galway Bay Irish Pub
  16. The Brick Companies
  17. County Executive Steve Schuh
  18. Severn Savings Bank
  19. Paul Murphy
  20. Hannah Studios, Inc.
  21. Joe Budge & Sharon Kennedy*
  22. PNC Wealth Management
  23. K&B True Value
  24. Betty & Jim Davis*
  25. Chesapeake Bay Roasting Company
  26. Clean Currents
  27. John H. Stevens
  28. EP Henry
  29. MOM's Organic Market
  30. La Prima Catering
  31. Jeannie Zajac
  32. Vic Pascoe
  33. Robert Clark
  34. Mid-Atlantic GEM, LLC
  35. Dick Lahn
  36. Homestead Gardens
  37. Rick Kissel & Lee Finney
  38. Kevin Green

*multiple donations



JOBS & CAREER TRAINING
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Looking for a Green job? Check out the MARC Green Works Job Portal. Click here.


 

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