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29th Annual Potomac River Watershed Cleanup - April 8

The Alice Ferguson Foundation is recruiting volunteers for its 29th Annual Potomac River Watershed Cleanup. The cleanup will take place along the shoreline of the Potomac River at Hard Bargain Farm on April 8, 2017, 9 .a.m - 12 p.m..

Member news: Clean Green Baltimore County Facebook page launched

Baltimore County Government is excited to announce the launch of a new Facebook page promoting the County’s commitment to making our communities more sustainable. Clean Green Baltimore County will serve as a resource for residents seeking to become better environmental stewards while also highlighting eco-friendly achievements throughout our county.

The Clean Green Baltimore County Facebook page will post useful information and resources related to various Baltimore County agencies, including, but not limited to:

Recap: Maryland Recycling Act: An Overview and Update

On February 2, Dave Mrgich, Chief, Waste Diversion Division at Maryland Department of the Environment, walked us through highlights of the Maryland Recycling Act from inception to the present.

Calling all Maryland Colleges and Universities for RecycleMania 2017

The 2017 RecycleMania Tournament is right around the corner, and the Maryland Recycling Network encourages all colleges and universities in Maryland to get involved!

Throughout February and March of 2017, campuses across the country will be rallying students and staff to step up their recycling game and reduce waste as part of this friendly competition. Registration closes February 3, so register now!

Reaching the Next Generation Recyclers

StudentsLast Tuesday, 30 or so attendees from throughout the state gathered to talk about how we deliver the recycling message to students from kindergarten through college. Buoyed by coffee and “tastries” compliments of Rehrig Pacific, the audience of educators, administrators, facilities managers and recycling coordinators joined Andrew Cassilly (Harford County Public Schools Teacher and Facilities Manager, MRN Board Member and Delegate to the Maryland General Assembly) in a conversation around three key questions: