We envision a Maryland where children and adults enjoy clean food, air and water, and benefit from safe environments in their homes, schools and communities.
Resource Guide for Going Green in City Schools
This is a Resource Guide for Going Green in City Schools. This guide is a directory of resources in Baltimore to help make your school a greener and healthier. The resource guide is divided into 8 sections and covers the action teams of the Baltimore Green Schools Network in addition to local funding resources.
What’s Good In My Hood? Workbook
With more than 80% of the U.S. population living in urban areas, there is a need for programs that help city and town residents become more environmentally literate. Informed perspectives about the health and well-being of a community empower residents to make their neighborhoods a safer, cleaner and healthier place to live. What’s Good in My Hood? is designed to be useful for schools, homes, after-school programs, and youth groups. This workbook was created through the New York Restoration Project.