Wednesday, March 14
This will be our 10th annual visit to the beautiful garden, in bloom, right in the middle of its flower show, “Gardens that Work.” Complimentary hors d’oeuvres, for the 10th delicious year, by Herrington by the Bay. Organic wines and premium beers by Bay Ridge Wine & Spirits. Suggested donation to Annapolis Green: $10.
Homestead’s Gardens that Work program is designed to show you how our garden, lawn and landscape can work in harmony to generate health, wellness and beauty. Come and be inspired! Learn how your gardening efforts can work for the benefit of the Bay, the bees and your body. And… just enjoy the flowers… a welcome respite from winter.
Herrington uses local, hormone-free ground beef from Progressive Farms in Harwood, Maryland, to make these delicious,
savory meatballs seasoned with Italian herbs and spices and graced with Herrington’s Pomodoro Sauce
Herrington’s Crab Dip in a Slider Roll
Herrington blend of Monterey, Parmesan and cream cheeses with jumbo lump Blue Crab meat, served hot in a homemade slider roll
Blackened Blue Catfish & Grits
With chili lime butter served over poblano & cheese grits
Shaved asparagus, tomato & Honey’s Harvest Farms cured egg yolk served on a seeded gluten free crostini
Every spring, tens of thousands of volunteers come together to pick up trash from local streams, creeks, rivers, parks, and neighborhoods as part of the Alliance’s Project Clean Stream — the largest cleanup event in the Chesapeake Bay region — in all six Bay states and the District of Columbia. Through Project Clean Stream, the Alliance offers hands-on opportunities through our partnership with residents, local businesses, environmental organizations, local governments, community groups, houses of worship, schools and universities, to come together to take action to restore clean waters to local streams. creeks and rivers. Volunteer now! The 2018 official Project Clean Stream Day is April 7 with cleanups taking place from March 1 to June 9.
Businesses for the Bay is an Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay membership association designed by businesses for businesses. It provides a forum where businesses can make their voices heard, share best practices, facilitate environmental stewardship volunteer opportunities for employees, save money, reach social and sustainability goals, and promote environmental efforts that are important to them, their customers and their communities.
Bee Friendly Solar is comprised of three solar energy projects planned on private property in Lothian and Tracy’s Landing with full support of each of the landowners. BGE customers will be eligible to receive savings on the clean energy produced from the projects. The site will be planted with pollinator-friendly native plants and flowers.