Free Lecture Open to the Public on Tuesday, September 25th, at 7pm at Brown Memorial in Bolton Hill- Entomologist Doug Tallamy, nationally renowned expert on the benefits of restoring our landscapes, bird populations, and pollinators using native plants, will present his highly regarded lecture about the many ways home gardeners and institutions alike can make great strides in restoring the Chesapeake Bay Watershed by becoming more aware of the relationships between plants, birds, insects, and local habitats. Green Team co-lead Dick Williams vouches for Tallamy’s beautiful slides (a good share of which are his own), his easy delivery of the material and his well-placed wry humor.
Baltimore Voter Education Town Hall at Blue Water Baltimore Headquarters Office, Tuesday, September 25th, 6-8pm- Sponsored by the Maryland League of Conservation Voters and other non-profit advocacy groups, this public town hall meeting serves to:
(1) raise the profile of environmental issues in statewide legislative races;
(2) educate the public on major environmental concerns that will be facing Maryland in the next legislative term;
(3) offer public information on citizen activism, legislative action, voter registration information, election participation, and civic engagement; and,
(4) provide an opportunity for candidates to meet with voters/constituents, and generally learn more about the environmental issues that impact the communities where they live and serve.
Blue Water Baltimore’s offices are located at 2631 Sisson St, Baltimore, MD 21211