EcoLogix Group, Inc.

Photo Credit: Chesapeake Bay Program

EcoLogix Group, Inc.

Parkton, Maryland

Membership Type: Silver

Project Summary

EcoLogix Group is a Founding Businesses for the Bay Member. They are an Environmental Strategy firm helping clients achieve challenging organizational and project goals, specializing in managing impacts of physical development projects.

The team organizes, facilitates, supports, and hosts communities and environmental groups conducting stream cleanups. In April 2016, EcoLogix employees coordinated and participated in a St. Helena community cleanup event. Prior to that cleanup, EcoLogix contacted private and public entities in the Port of Baltimore to provide human resources and logistical support for the cleanup, including trash dumpsters and equipment. The team also volunteered with members of Blue Water Baltimore and the St. Helena community to install rain gardens at the community association’s parking lot in October 2016. In 2017, the team participated in a Project Clean Stream cleanup event at LaTrobe Park, in the Locust Point neighborhood of Baltimore City.

It is a continuing effort on the part of EcoLogix to encourage diverse groups, reflective of the communities that they work in, to participate in their environmental programs. Ecologix has engaged with leadership from the Turner Station Conservation Teams, SAFE Alternative Foundation for Education, the Greater Baybrook Alliance and other communities to facilitate and identify opportunities for environmental education and restoration activities.

Since 2014, EcoLogix has been a total telework firm, now with 17 employees working full-time from home office locations, which reduces the environmental impact of their company travel . With the exception of client meetings, EcoLogix employees tele-commute every day. On average, EcoLogix holds 6-8 online meetings monthly.

Themes Fulfilled

Engaged Communities
Other Green Initiatives


Steve Pattison

For more information about contacting this member, email Corinne Stephens.