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Click here to view an article in The Maryland Daily Record quoting EFC's climate change and energy specialist, Sean Williamson.
Through the support of the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, the EFC developed a strategy to improve the capacity of Calvert County, Maryland, to implement water quality restoration and protection projects and practices through the use of more flexible and sustainable financing processes.
EFC's Sustainable Maryland Certified program honored eight municipalities at the recent Maryland Municipal League fall conference for their efforts to go green, conserve resources, and save tax dollars. Among the communities receiving the prestigious Sustainable Maryland Certified award was the City of College Park, home to the University of Maryland's main campus, as well as the City of Annapolis, the state capital and a leader in sustainability initiatives.
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The Westminster Mayor and Common Council approved two resolutions Monday that will make the city a member of the Maryland Energy Administration’s Smart Energy Communities Program.