Green Pages Directory
Forever Maryland promotes and supports the land and water conservation community, through education, advocacy, and outreach, to permanently protect working landscapes and healthy ecosystems for all.
2331 Rock Spring Road Forest Hill, Maryland 21050
The mission of Stream-Link Education is to connect community to conservation through educational and meaningful volunteer tree-planting experiences to instill stewardship values and improve the health of our rivers and streams.
WHAT WE DO
- Plant native trees along streams in an area called a riparian zone.
- Organize and host volunteer tree-planting events that are suitable for all ages.
- Educate community members about the importance of planting trees and the connection to water quality.
- Conduct 3 years of maintenance to all of our sites.
PO Box 340 Walkerville, Maryland 21793
ACWA is a volunteer-based group, passionate about connecting people to their waterways through recreation, education, and conservation. Since 2006, ACWA has worked in partnership with local governments, State of Maryland, non-profits, and others to organize trash cleanups, plant trees, monitor water quality, and offer environmental education opportunities throughout Washington County. Through these collaborative projects ACWA has facilitated numerous urban tree plantings, creek cleanups, and public meetings to showcase the importance of improving our local lands and waters.
The Climate Change Working Group of Frederick County was founded in 2016, to bring together community volunteers to share knowledge, research climate change issues, and develop recommendations to address climate change at the local level through policy development, education and advocacy. We work on multiple topics related to climate change, including energy, water, health, transportation, ecosystem preservation, and the economy. We advocate for the recommendations we propose, and welcome alliance and cooperative work with others seeking similar goals. Our meetings are open to all; click on the weblink to the Envision Frederick County website for the current meeting schedule.
Since our founding during the campaign to pass the landmark Clean Water Act in 1972, Clean Water Action has worked to win strong health and environmental protections by bringing issue expertise, solution-oriented thinking and people power to the table. Our mission is to protect our environment, health, economic well-being and community quality of life. Clean Water Action organizes strong grassroots groups and coalitions, and campaigns to elect environmental candidates and to solve environmental and community problems.
1120 N Charles St, Suite 415 Baltimore, Maryland 21201
Advancing a Sustainable, Resilient Community through Civic Engagement
ENVISION FREDERICK COUNTY is a non-profit, non-partisan organization founded on the principle that informed public discourse and active engagement of individuals and groups in our civic life are essential to our mutual well-being and prosperity.
Founded by committed community advocates with a record of service to our community, Envision Frederick County will engage the community in discussion, education, and action within four strategic imperatives.
The Humane Society Wildlife Land Trust protects wildlife by permanently preserving habitat and providing humane stewardship.
700 Professional Drive Gaithersburg, Maryland 21784
The farms, forests, streams, Civil War sites and heritage of The Middletown Valley and Catoctin Watershed are critically important and under constant pressure to be developed. Our mission is to preserve them before before it's too late.
We also are working to create a trail system across and down the Middletown Valley to connect the Appalachian and Catoctin Trails, with the towns of Middletown, Myersville, Burkittsville and Brunswick to provide safe and healthy outdoor places for residents and visitors alike to experience our rich agriculture heritage and civil war history.
9232 Harmony Road Middletown, Maryland 21769
There are ten Sierra Club Groups in Maryland. The Sierra Club Catoctin Group encompasses Carroll and Frederick Counties. The Catoctin Group offers many opportunities for citizens to engage in outings, environmental issues and projects. There is literally a niche for anyone who loves the outdoors and wants to protect its myriad resources. The geography and 1,100 square miles of these two counties offers enumerable choices to explore, enjoy and protect nature. A monthly member meeting, open to the public, is usually held first Saturday mornings at 10 AM. Learn more at the Catoctin Group webpage.
9478 Frostown Road Middletown, Maryland 21769