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News, notes and thoughts from Blue Water Baltimore.



Making “Zero Waste” Living Equitable

How can we make “zero waste” living more equitable and accessible to all? Join Zero Waste NYC for an incredible virtual panel with:  Robin Nagle – Anthropologist-in-Residence, New York City Department of Sanitation and Clinical Professor, Anthropology & Environmental Studies at…

#TrashTag Trash Cleanup

Even while we can’t get together to do a group trash pickup, there’s plenty of litter for you to gather on your own. Help keep trash out of our streets and streams by participating in our #TrashTag challenge with Repair…

Free Trash Cans: A Huge Win for Clean Water!

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By this point, you have probably heard that Baltimore City Department of Public Works has begun to distribute municipal trash cans to all households throughout the city. This is the culmination of many years of effort by individuals, community groups,…

Give Up the Bag for Lent

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[Katie Dix is Blue Water Baltimore’s Volunteer Manager. She recruits, trains, and coordinates the many volunteers and programs that enable us to accomplish our mission.] Last month nearly seven hundred sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students at Roland Park Elementary/Middle School signed a pledge to…

Goucher Connects to Our Watersheds

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On August 28, Blue Water Baltimore hosted nearly 500 students, faculty, and staff from Goucher College for a day of service in South Baltimore. Goucher Connects, a one day orientation event that connects first-year students to each other, faculty, staff,…

Baltimore City Bag Bill Defeated. For Now.

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[Note: Julie Lawson, author of this guest post, is the Director of Trash Free Maryland and a frequent partner of Blue Water Baltimore. She shares her insights into the failure last night of Baltimore City Council to pass a bag…