One Congregation’s Vision for a Sustainable Future
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One Congregation’s Vision for a Sustainable Future

Just miles from bustling downtown Baltimore City, Stillmeadow Community Fellowship sits on 10 acres of serene, undisturbed forest land. The land serves as a community peace park—with open trails and thousands of healthy trees. In the Fellowship’s parking lot and back areas, rain barrels and cisterns collect rainwater, repurposing it to water trees and plants…

Dirt Mountain: How One Resident Stopped Polluters in Their Tracks
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Dirt Mountain: How One Resident Stopped Polluters in Their Tracks

For the past 12 years, Chris Schulze has lived in the Gwynns Falls watershed one block away from the Maiden Choice Run, a critical waterway. This waterway runs along Southwest Baltimore, feeding into the Gwynns Falls stream. Along the way it passes Chris’ neighborhood, creating a small pocket of wildlife in an otherwise bustling part…

Celebrating Black History, Looking Forward to Black Futures
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Celebrating Black History, Looking Forward to Black Futures

Happy Black History Month! There is a lot to celebrate this month, and as an environmental organization, we would like to highlight Black Americans’ long and continued history in the push for environmental equity. The Roots of Environmental Justice   The Environmental Protection Agency recognizes environmental justice as “the fair treatment and meaningful involvement of…