With the support and volunteer efforts from students at Sudbrook Magnet Middle School, Blue Water Baltimore partnered with the school to design and install two gardens on school grounds. What made this greening effort successful were the more than 300… →
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.
Homeowners in the Greenmount West neighborhood worked with Blue Water Baltimore’s Water Audit Program to transform their urban rowhome patio into a local backyard oasis. Blue Water Baltimore provided information and guidance on the process to make the project affordable… →
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,… →
The 2013 Healthy Harbor Report Card is out, and Baltimore’s waterways have received a grade of “F”. Sanitary sewer overflows, illicit connections to our stormwater system, and other chronic pollution issues continue to plague our city and contribute to these failing… →
Imagine you are out kayaking in the Gwynns Falls on a hot and sunny day in mid-July. It hasn’t rained in a week, yet somehow as you paddle past a large stormwater outfall you see a steady flow of water… →
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,… →
Spring is just around the corner, which makes March a perfect time to get started on garden preparation. Here are five things you can do this month to get moving: CLEAN UP: If you still have leaves on your lawn or… →