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Upcoming events

Frederick's "In The Street"

Saturday, September 10, 2022

We'll be in the "Going Green" block between 4th and 5th streets.

Recent events

Frederick Pride Day June 25th

Electrify Everything


Join us for a special conversation with sustainability leader, Paul Tukey, Director of Environmental Stewardship at Glenstone Museum. Featured in media from Good Morning America to National Geographic, Tukey will share how he sustainably manages one of the most beautiful landscapes in America, the 300-acre Glenstone Museum grounds in Potomac, Maryland.

October 17, 2021 at 7:00pm         1 hr 30 mins

Free and open to the public


Here's the pdf file with plant examples and where to buy them:

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IIf you have trouble with the file, here is a link to the same on Google Drive:


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Dr. Tallamy's presentation was a great success!  There were nearly 500 Zoom attendees, with more on Facebook.  Here is a Youtube link to a recording of the event:

Film Series

Three climate related films at three different locations around the county

In the Street (Frederick City)

We distributed information and trees.

Tree plantings

We planted trees at the Islamic Society mosque in Frederick, and at a park in Middletown.  In March and early April, we planted approximately 1,000 trees on Glade Creek in Walkersville.  The latter was in partnership with Streamlink Education.  See photos in the gallery page.

Climate summit

October 20, 2019 at Hood College   See photos in the gallery page.

This conference was cosponsored by MACS,  Interfaith Power and Light, Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake, and hosted by Hood College.

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