Do Good. Have Fun.
We did BOTH last Saturday!
Thank you to the more than 70 volunteers who cleaned-up and refreshed the Ellen O. Moyer Back Creek Nature Park on Saturday. Photos will be posted soon.
No where else in the area will you meet so many eco-minded people from all aspects of our environmental and business community. Come join in and see what all the buzz is about!
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We've taken the pledge to Think Outside the Bottle and take back the tap.
We're not going to use bottled water at our events nor at home. Click on the image to learn more. Be sure to watch the video!
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Chesapeake Bayhawks' Go Green Night
Thursday, July 31
Have you been to a Bayhawks game? It's non-stop action right here in our backyard... played at the Navy Marine Corps Memorial Stadium.
The Bayhawks give a lot back to our community and the July 31 game is no exception. It will be Go Green Night. As they play against the Denver Outlaws, starting at 7:30 p.m., the team will stress the importance of being kind to the environment and part of the ticket sales will benefit Annapolis Green! Click here for your special Annapolis Green promo code to buy discounted tickets!
And in keeping with the momentum started the previous Saturday (see above) at "Do Good. Have Fun." (where rumor has it there just might be a visit by mascot Hawk-Eye and the Hawkettes cheerleaders) fans can continue to enjoy Anheuser Busch beverages at the Bud Light Zone on the field.
Bayhawks games are a blast! Come out and cheer for our hometown team!
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Sister Eden Featured in Forbes!
Our friend, Lori Hill, and her husband, John Robinnette, made a presentation about Living the Green life at the recent Green Festival that was so innovative Forbes Magazine wrote a story about it. Check it out!
Read the Severn River Association's latest news in The Log
Tell Us Your Stories!
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We're not looking for literature here -- just a few lines about how our almost-monthly networking events have changed you, your organization, your business.
Please drop us a line and tell us -- do it now while you're thinking of it. If you don't want us to use your name as we're compiling these, that's fine. Just let us know. Click here to send your email. Please... do it now!
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DC Bans the Foam
Good news from the Trash Free Maryland Alliance:
In a marathon session before summer recess, the DC Council held its final vote on July 14 on the Sustainable DC Omnibus Act of 2013, unanimously passing 11 environmental measures, most notably a ban on polystyrene foam food containers. While dozens of cities on the West Coast have enacted such policies, DC is the first major city on the East Coast to do so.
Polystyrene is a major contributor to trash pollution, comprising roughly a quarter of the volume of trash collected at trash traps in Anacostia River tributaries. It breaks into impossibly small pieces, making it difficult to collect, and recycling is not viable.
The ban, which takes effect January 1, 2016, will cover carryout food containers like cups, plates, and clamshells from restaurants, grocery stores, and takeouts. In 2017, all disposable food service ware in the city, including lids, straws, and utensils, will have to be recyclable or compostable. Read more
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