A new study by EFC sets the path for successfully restoring and protecting the Chesapeake Bay, the state’s most important natural resource. The study, titled “Chesapeake Bay Financing Strategy”, provides a comprehensive assessment of the financial resources and investment strategies that will be necessary for Maryland to achieve its goals for reducing pollution to the Bay and the many rivers and streams that make up its watershed.
Read two Capital Gazette articles featuring EFC's partnership with the City of Annapolis, Maryland and Newport, Rhode Island to address water infrastructure financing challenges in coastal communities.
Click HERE to view an article in The Diamondback, featuring the College Park City Council's approval to create a community garden in Old Town, College Park as part of the Sustainable Maryland Certified (SMC) Green Team.
EFC has partnered with the Mid-Atlantic Regional Air Management Association to implement the Ports of Delaware and Virginia (DE-VA) Dray Truck Replacement Program. The program aims to reduce air pollution and greenhouse gases associated with the transport of goods to and from the Ports of Wilmington, Delaware and Norfolk, Virginia. The program requires older trucks to be scrapped and provides applicants up to $30,000 towards the purchase of a 2011 or newer vehicle. Spots are limited, so apply today!
Click here to read a Frederick News-Post article featuring the first Frederick County Green Team Summit sponsored by our Sustainable Maryland Certified (SMC) program.