Cleaner Water, Outstanding Volunteers, and a Successful 2014 Outfall Screening Blitz Season The 2015 monitoring season for Blue Water Baltimore’s Outfall Screening Blitz (OSB) program is almost here! Before we plunge into this year we’d like to take a moment to… →
Wondering why using native plants in your garden is so important to the environment? Curious about which plants, and planting strategies, are best for attracting birds, bees, butterflies, and other wildlife? To make it easier, we are offering six great… →
Are you anxious to get the New Year off to a good start? Ready to turn over a new leaf, see new things, and be more active in 2015? There may be no better way than with a First Day… →
Trash in our streets and parks is a big problem in Baltimore. On Monday, January 19th 2015 join residents across the city and county to start doing something about litter. We’ll begin by tackling this problem, one piece of litter… →
Resist the urge to bag up the leaves from your yard, sidewalk, or roadway. Leaves from you trees provide natural fertility to your turf grass, offer crucial shelter for overwintering wildlife, and are a free source of mulch for your garden beds.
In many ways, Guanabara Bay in the State of Rio de Janeiro faces many of the same water quality challenges today that the Chesapeake Bay in Maryland started dealing with more than thirty years ago. Just as trash, toxic pollutants,… →
This guest post from the National Fish & Wildlife Foundaton highlights our Blue Water Congretations program, a partnership effort to assist places of worship in stewarding their property. Spring is finally here, heralding those longed-for April showers and May flowers,… →
Can you use native plants in a container? Would you like to learn how to attract butterflies and pollinators, even without a yard? Join us for a free workshop on using native plants in a container garden on Saturday, April… →