Join us at Sparks-Glencoe Community Planning Council's Annual Meeting on Wednesday April 17th 6.30-8.30pm at [...]
Neighbors across Baltimore County can join the Baltimore County Solar Co-op. Co-op participants work with [...]
What happens when – in the name of combating climate change – gigantic, industrial-sized renewable [...]
Trees are a natural bulwark against the dangers of global warming, especially when they are grouped in continuous stands called forests.
We’d like to share this information in order to help clear up some misconceptions about proposed solar facilities in the HZ.
Help our community fight for our environment, waterways, and rural heritage. Keep our fields growing crops and food.
How are the bees? People who know I am a beekeeper often ask me that question. I’d like to tell them that the bees are doing great, pollinating flowers, making honey and helping feed the world, but that isn’t true anymore.
Legislation in Maryland would create a panel to draft a blueprint for where solar projects could be built while protecting forests and agricultural land.
A councilman withdrew his bill that would have suspended the development of commercial solar facilities in rural areas.