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Do your part. Protect our green spaces in Baltimore!

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What are native, non-native, and invasive plant species? Native species have co-evolved in specific ecosystems for thousands of years. Native plants are anchors of healthy, biodiverse communities. They have adapted to local soils and climate conditions. Each species plays a…

Mulch Madness: How to Properly Mulch a Tree!

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What is mulch? The most common type of mulch is recycled wood waste in the form of wood chips. However, there are many varieties of mulch, both organic and inorganic. We recommend sticking with natural, organic mulch derived from plants…

2020 Water Quality Report Card is Here

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In celebration of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day on April 22nd, Blue Water Baltimore held our second annual Afternoon With Your Waterkeeper event to release our 2019 water quality data. In response to current global events, we took the…

Photovoice Workshop Series Coming to Highlandtown!

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In partnership with the the Pisces Foundation, Blue Water Baltimore will be hosting a three-part Photovoice workshop series in Highlandtown this spring that will culminate in a photography exhibit. Photovoice is an internationally used, grassroots research method that enables a…

The Photovoice Project: Cherry Hill

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This last autumn, Blue Water Baltimore’s Ecoliteracy & Engagement Manager, Michel Anderson, facilitated a series of three workshops in Baltimore City’s Cherry Hill neighborhood entitled Photovoice: Cherry Hill. The project was generously funded by the South Baltimore Gateway Partnership and the…