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- You Can Now Taste Christian Heurich's Beer
- The Story of Hyattsville's Forgotten Dairy Farm
- Why the Bladensburg Cross Survived a Challenge
- Vegan Soul Food Cafe Headed to Mount Rainier
- Lidl to Open in College Park on June 19
- Four Route 1 Eateries Make 'Best Casual' List
- Barrel-Aged Gin Now at Hyattsville's Sangfroid
- Why College Park's New Bubble Tea Cafe is Big
- How Mount Rainier Inspired 'The Exorcist'
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Tag Archives: environment
Join Eastern Shore activists for a 10-year anniversary screening of the documentary, Food Inc. Maryland’s Eastern Shore has one of the highest concentration of poultry producers in the country, with many residents suffering from the health impacts of these industrial … Continue reading
Hyattsville’s Magruder Park will be managed entirely organically and presticide-free starting this fall. With the help of a new effort by the makers of the popular yogurt brand Stonyfield Organic, the 32-acre Hyattsville park will stop using conventional pesticides and fertilizers … Continue reading
Brentwood’s newest apartment building won’t just have solar power, it will also produce enough to make it essentially carbon-neutral. Builders began installing panels on the roof of Studio 3807 this week, making it the latest project along the Route 1 … Continue reading
The nearly nine-mile Anacostia River, once called D.C.’s “forgotten river,” has been the focus of intense cleanup efforts in recent years. The District of Columbia has a plan to make the Anacostia River “fishable and swimmable” by 2032, but some … Continue reading
The tiny town of Edmonston is punching above its weight when it comes to helping the environment. Located just across the railroad tracks from Hyattsville, the town of some 1,500 residents has pioneered creative ways to fight runoffs into the … Continue reading
Community Forklift’s Annual Garden Party marks the return of spring and celebrates the start of the gardening season. Each winter, Community Forklift collects donations of gently-used and surplus garden and landscaping equipment, which are then made available to the public … Continue reading
Join Jared, acupuncturist and naturalist, for an engaging and interactive ID (identification) walk where we will focus on learning our native mushrooms and native plants! We will start out at Smile and take a wander through our local walking trails … Continue reading
UNIVERSITY PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PLANTING Date: Tuesday, September 5, 2017 Time: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm Registration is required. Please register at this link: http://www.anacostiaws.org/9517-planting-university-park-elementary-school Maximum number of volunteers: 30 Meeting Location: University Park Elementary School, 4315 Underwood St, University … Continue reading
University Park Elementary School is doing its part to improve the Anacostia watershed. The nonprofit Anacostia Watershed Society is digging up the school’s soccer field and areas around the playground to install new stormwater pipes and drainage basins as part of … Continue reading