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Tuesday, Jan. 27 - Workshop: Monitoring for Climate Change in Maryland’s Non-Tidal Streams
9:30 a.m. - 4 p.m., USFWS National Wildlife Visitor Center, 10901 Scarlet Tanager Loop, Laurel
Sponsored by the Maryland Water-Monitoring Council, the goals of this workshop are to explore issues of climate change for non-tidal streams in Maryland; share information among agencies that collect data on non-tidal streams in Maryland, with focus on monitoring strategies for adaptation and mitigation of climate change; and build on the results of the 2009 MWMC workshop, Planning for the Future: Designing and Implementing a Climate Change Monitoring Network in Maryland’s Nontidal Waters.
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living green in annapolis logoWednesday, Jan. 28 - Living Green in Annapolis on WNAV
6 - 7 p.m., WNAV 1430AM, 99.9FM in the City, and streaming on wnav.com
"Trash Free Maryland's Legislative Priorities for the 2015 General Assembly," with guest Julie Lawson, Director and Co-founder, Trash Free Maryland Alliance. And special feature, "The Environment in Focus," with Tom Pelton, produced by WYPR 88.1FM, public radio in Baltimore. The Living Green in Annapolis show is hosted and produced by Elvia Thompson of Annapolis Green, joined by Vic Pascoe, and features interviews with experts who provide information on living and working in a sustainable manner. Listeners learn practical ways to incorporate Green practices into their lives – many of which can save them money. Guests include those directly involved in championing the Green movement here in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
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Thursday, Jan 29, 2015 - Café Scientifique -- The Chesapeake Clean Water Blueprint: A Pollution Diet with Accountability
6:30 p.m., 49 West Coffeehouse, Wine Bar & Gallery, 49 West Street, Annapolis
Sponsored by the National Socio Environmental Synthesis Center (SYSYNC). Guest speaker Katherine Antos, the Implementation and Evaluation Team Leader, Chesapeake Bay Program Office, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Free. Come early to order food & drink.
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Thursday - Saturday, Jan. 29 - 31 - New Partners for Smart Growth Conference
Hilton Baltimore Hotel, 401 West Pratt Street, Baltimore
Practical Tools and Innovative Strategies for Creating Great Communities, presented by the Local Government Commission focusing on helping communities build safe, healthy, equitable and prosperous communities.
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Tuesday, Feb. 3 - 21st Annual Environmental Legislative Summit
4 - 6 p.m., Miller Senate Building, 11 Bladen Street, Annapolis
Hear from top legislative leaders and advocates about the environmental priorities for the 2015 General Assembly Session.
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living green in annapolis logoWednesday, Feb. 4 - Living Green in Annapolis on WNAV
6 - 7 p.m., WNAV 1430AM, 99.9FM in the City, and streaming on wnav.com
Program TBA. And special feature, "The Environment in Focus," with Tom Pelton, produced by WYPR 88.1FM, public radio in Baltimore. The Living Green in Annapolis show is hosted and produced by Elvia Thompson of Annapolis Green, joined by Vic Pascoe, and features interviews with experts who provide information on living and working in a sustainable manner. Listeners learn practical ways to incorporate Green practices into their lives – many of which can save them money. Guests include those directly involved in championing the Green movement here in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
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living green in annapolis logoWednesday, Feb. 4 - Green Grant Writing 101 Workshop for Faith-based Groups
7 -9 p.m., Mt. Olive Community Life Center, 2 Hicks Avenue, Annapolis
This event is for all faith groups who are: Seeking information to solve an environmental issue; Trying to locate funding sources for environmental projects; Needing help with grant writing to obtain funding; and Looking for a solution to address storm water management.
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Wednesday, Feb. 11 - Green Drinks Extra: "Non-Trivial Green Trivia Night" - A FUNdraiser for Annapolis Green
5:30 - 7:30 p.m., Galway Bay Irish Pub, 63 Maryland Avenue, Annapolis
Eat, Drink, Laugh & Show Off What You Know About the Environment. Win Prizes!
Get a team together: 2 to 6 members. Cost will be $10 per team.
Galway Bay will offer a special fund raising menu – three courses for $25. That menu will be available that evening from 5 to 10 p.m. with $10 from each meal participant generously donated by Galway Bay to Annapolis Green, along with the teams’ entry fees of $10. We’ll have three courses of trivia questions with three prizes for the winning team in each and then a final round among the three winning teams to determine the overall winner for a really big prize!
Very important: You MUST call in your dinner reservation in advance. Call 410-263-8333
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living green in annapolis logoWednesday, Feb. 11 - Living Green in Annapolis on WNAV
6 - 7 p.m., WNAV 1430AM, 99.9FM in the City, and streaming on wnav.com
Program TBA. And special feature, "The Environment in Focus," with Tom Pelton, produced by WYPR 88.1FM, public radio in Baltimore. The Living Green in Annapolis show is hosted and produced by Elvia Thompson of Annapolis Green, joined by Vic Pascoe, and features interviews with experts who provide information on living and working in a sustainable manner. Listeners learn practical ways to incorporate Green practices into their lives – many of which can save them money. Guests include those directly involved in championing the Green movement here in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
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Thursday, Feb. 12 - The Modern Chesapeake Waterman: Sustaining a Way of Life from Resources of the Bay
7 - 8:30 p.m., Annapolis Maritime Museum, 723 Second Street, Annapolis
Presenter: Jay P. Fleming, Freelance Photographer and Maryland Seafood Marketing Assistant
Topics: A photographic story of what's really going on in the seafood industry; Economics and the environment are driving changes in the industry; A variety of fisheries offer a livelihood for waterman and those in the seafood processing industry; The seafood industry is changing, not vanishing.
Lectures are $10; free for AMM Members at First Mate level and above
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Tuesday, Feb. 17 - Climate Stewards of Greater Annapolis Present Howard County Climate (HoCo Climate Change) Group
7 - 9 p.m., Annapolis Friends Meeting House, 351 Dubois Road, Annapolis
Speakers: Ruth Alice White and Betsy Singer of HoCo Climate Change Group. They will discuss their group's mission and activities, policy positions, coordination with other groups, communications methods, and suggestions for "dos or don'ts" for climate change activist groups.

living green in annapolis logoWednesday, Feb. 18 - Living Green in Annapolis on WNAV
6 - 7 p.m., WNAV 1430AM, 99.9FM in the City, and streaming on wnav.com
Program TBA. And special feature, "The Environment in Focus," with Tom Pelton, produced by WYPR 88.1FM, public radio in Baltimore. The Living Green in Annapolis show is hosted and produced by Elvia Thompson of Annapolis Green, joined by Vic Pascoe, and features interviews with experts who provide information on living and working in a sustainable manner. Listeners learn practical ways to incorporate Green practices into their lives – many of which can save them money. Guests include those directly involved in championing the Green movement here in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
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Thursday, Feb. 19 - Flowers to Honey: Just How Cool is the Honey Bee?
7 - 8:30 p.m., Annapolis Maritime Museum, 723 Second Street, Annapolis
Presenter: Edwin R. Berkinshaw, DDS, MS/Board Certified Orthodontist, Beekeeper for more than 25 years, Annapolis Maritime Museum Board Member.
Topics: Flower to honey cycle; ; The amazing story of what bees are able to do; Democratic decision making environmental impact; Colony behavior as a single organism; Structurally optimized honeycomb; Methods of navigation.
Lectures are $10; free for AMM Members at First Mate level and above
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Monday, Feb. 23 - Sunday, March 1 - Annapolis Restaurant Week
Support local eateries at great prices: Two-Course Breakfast - $12.95; Two-Course Lunch - $15.95; Three-Course Dinner - $32.95
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living green in annapolis logoWednesday, Feb. 25 - Living Green in Annapolis on WNAV
6 - 7 p.m., WNAV 1430AM, 99.9FM in the City, and streaming on wnav.com
Program TBA. And special feature, "The Environment in Focus," with Tom Pelton, produced by WYPR 88.1FM, public radio in Baltimore. The Living Green in Annapolis show is hosted and produced by Elvia Thompson of Annapolis Green, joined by Vic Pascoe, and features interviews with experts who provide information on living and working in a sustainable manner. Listeners learn practical ways to incorporate Green practices into their lives – many of which can save them money. Guests include those directly involved in championing the Green movement here in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
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Thursday, Feb. 26 - The Living Breathing Ocean: Perspectives from NASA's Color Satellites
7 - 8:30 p.m., Annapolis Maritime Museum, 723 Second Street, Annapolis
Presenter: Sergio R. Signorini, Oceanographer, Ocean Carbon Cycle and Biogeochemistry, NASA CSFC & SAIC
Topics: Overview of NASA ocean color satellites: spacecraft and onboard sensors, command and data acquisition systems, data processing, storage and distribution; Ocean data applications in a nutshell: carbon cycle and the importance of marine phytoplankton, climate variability (i.e., El Niño), red tides (harmful algal blooms) and climate extremes
A satellite 10-year animation of our living, breathing planet.
Lectures are $10; free for AMM Members at First Mate level and above
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living green in annapolis logoWednesday, March 4 - Living Green in Annapolis on WNAV
6 - 7 p.m., WNAV 1430AM, 99.9FM in the City, and streaming on wnav.com
Program TBA. And special feature, "The Environment in Focus," with Tom Pelton, produced by WYPR 88.1FM, public radio in Baltimore. The Living Green in Annapolis show is hosted and produced by Elvia Thompson of Annapolis Green, joined by Vic Pascoe, and features interviews with experts who provide information on living and working in a sustainable manner. Listeners learn practical ways to incorporate Green practices into their lives – many of which can save them money. Guests include those directly involved in championing the Green movement here in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
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Thursday, March 5 - Lecture: Launching Barren Island Oysters: New York Photographer to Oyster Aquaculturist
7 - 8:30 p.m., Annapolis Maritime Museum, 723 Second Street, Annapolis
Presenter: Timothy Devine, Owner, Barren Island Oysters
Topics: Personal journey from successful commercial photography to oyster production; Details of sustainable aquaculture techniques for oyster production in open waters of the Bay; Oyster growing process from nursery upwelled to open Bay to harvesting; Oysters as a sustainable choice versus other seafood.
Lectures are $10; free for AMM Members at First Mate level and above
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Saturday, March 7 - William Cullina Speake on the Botany of Design
time & location TBA
Unity Gardens presents renowned author and speaker William "Bill" Cullina for this talk on the thorny subject of garden design in a fun and innovative way, exploring ways to create more satisfying designs without breaking the budget, looking at life beyond the color wheel and the importance of healthy soil and revealing some of his best horticultural secrets while weaving together aesthetics, psychology, botany & ecology into a fascinating one-hour ride for all.
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living green in annapolis logoWednesday, March 11 - Living Green in Annapolis on WNAV
6 - 7 p.m., WNAV 1430AM, 99.9FM in the City, and streaming on wnav.com
Program TBA. And special feature, "The Environment in Focus," with Tom Pelton, produced by WYPR 88.1FM, public radio in Baltimore. The Living Green in Annapolis show is hosted and produced by Elvia Thompson of Annapolis Green, joined by Vic Pascoe, and features interviews with experts who provide information on living and working in a sustainable manner. Listeners learn practical ways to incorporate Green practices into their lives – many of which can save them money. Guests include those directly involved in championing the Green movement here in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
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Saturday, March 14 - DACA Green Expo
10 a.m. - 2 p.m., Davidsonville Elementary School, 962 West Central Avenue, Davidsonville
Hosted by the Davidsonville Area Civic Association to increase awareness about environmental issues and highlight environmentally-friendly products, services and ideas. Over 35 exhibitors will be present for this free admission event. Special features for 2015: Maryland Native Tree give aways - a Tiny House - paper shredding and electronics recycling. Exhibitors and sponsors are being sought.
Information, or email us at greenexpo@daca-md.org

living green in annapolis logoWednesday, March 18 - Living Green in Annapolis on WNAV
6 - 7 p.m., WNAV 1430AM, 99.9FM in the City, and streaming on wnav.com
Program TBA. And special feature, "The Environment in Focus," with Tom Pelton, produced by WYPR 88.1FM, public radio in Baltimore. The Living Green in Annapolis show is hosted and produced by Elvia Thompson of Annapolis Green, joined by Vic Pascoe, and features interviews with experts who provide information on living and working in a sustainable manner. Listeners learn practical ways to incorporate Green practices into their lives – many of which can save them money. Guests include those directly involved in championing the Green movement here in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
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Saturday, March 21 - 11th Annual South River on the Half Shell Auction
6 - 10 p.m., Homestead Gardens, 743 West Central Ave, Davidsonville
A fun filled night of fabulous food, drinks, oysters, and music to raise funds for the South River Federation.
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living green in annapolis logoWednesday, March 25 - Living Green in Annapolis on WNAV
6 - 7 p.m., WNAV 1430AM, 99.9FM in the City, and streaming on wnav.com
Program TBA. And special feature, "The Environment in Focus," with Tom Pelton, produced by WYPR 88.1FM, public radio in Baltimore. The Living Green in Annapolis show is hosted and produced by Elvia Thompson of Annapolis Green, joined by Vic Pascoe, and features interviews with experts who provide information on living and working in a sustainable manner. Listeners learn practical ways to incorporate Green practices into their lives – many of which can save them money. Guests include those directly involved in championing the Green movement here in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
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