Maryland’s Legislative Session adjourned early on March 18th for the first time since the Civil War due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With a shorter session and the need for emergency legislation to address this growing public health crisis, our legislators… →
In anticipation of Baltimore’s plastic bag ban, we’re partnering with the Office of Sustainability on a design contest for reusable bags to give out to city residents. Earlier in January, before we fell into the grips of a global pandemic,… →
UPDATE – 3/24/2020 We are no longer able to accept online orders. We will be temporarily CLOSED to the public and unable to accept orders online or over the phone through April 4, 2020.
Dear Friends of Blue Water Baltimore, In light of recent recommendations for reducing the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Blue Water Baltimore has implemented the following cautionary measures to help protect our staff, volunteers, partners, and customers: Beginning Monday,… →
This hearing has been postponed due to COVID-19. We will share the new date as soon as it is rescheduled. Sewage doesn’t belong in our streams – or our homes. Sewage backs up into thousands of homes in Baltimore every… →
In this year’s highly contested race for mayor of Baltimore City, candidates had yet to address the environment as a top tier issue. A coalition of local organizations, Baltimore Blue+Green+Just (BBGJ), hosted an environmental forum to change that. More than… →
The Daily Record’s 2020 Maryland’s Coolest Spaces have been chosen, and our Herring Run Nursery is a winner! Maryland is home to hundreds of cool spaces, from breathtaking architecture and re-purposed buildings to sustainable green spaces like our Nursery. The… →
As you’ve probably heard, Maryland is currently in the midst of our annual Legislative Session. Our state’s General Assembly is meeting from January 8th – April 6th in Annapolis to discuss, debate, and advance legislation for the year to come.… →