Greenpages

Looking for ways to live more resourcefully, become more energy-independent, waste less, and support businesses who do the same? The Greenpages is the place to find information about ways that local organizations are supporting an environmentally sustainable future in the Rockville area.

Do you know of someone doing something environmentally interesting or inspiring? We welcome ideas for future notes.

Meet Me in the Bean Aisle

By Sarah Mohan, last updated 7/30/14 08:00am

Since moving to Baltimore a few years ago, I’ve come to appreciate some of the things Rockville does well that I took more or less for granted while I lived...

Filed under Home & Garden, Food: organic, local, sustainably produced

Remembering Carl Henn

By Helen Triolo, last updated 7/28/14 09:00am

In memory of Carl Henn, who was such a role model for walking the walk, always working to turn his passion for creating a better world into action, we post...

Filed under Around Town, Green transportation, Food: organic, local, sustainably produced

Soaking up the Sun: An Intro to Residential Solar Panels

By Natalie McManus, last updated 7/8/14 08:00am

A large house, three kids who leave lights on, a pool whose filter runs half the day, electrical appliances, and air conditioning - all of which add up to a...

Filed under Tech & Science, Home & Garden, Renewable energy / energy saving

Master Gardeners are Ready to Help You at Saturday Plant Clinic

By Helen Triolo, last updated 6/25/14 10:00am

Montgomery County prides itself on its agricultural assets and its encouragement of local farmers, growers, beekeepers, and backyard gardeners. With assets including our prized Agricultural Reserve, an active Community Gardens...

Filed under Home & Garden, Food: organic, local, sustainably produced

Mr. Wren Seeks a Wife

By Diane Stuart, last updated 6/25/14 08:00am

Yes, this is the same diligent chirpie (on the left) who had to fight for his own nest in our last article. Having won that battle, he struggles to win...

Filed under Home & Garden, Wildlife / biodiversity / nature appreciation

May 14, 2014: Making Sauerkraut
May 22, 2013: Rockville Street Trees
March 5, 2013: 100 percent recycled
February 7, 2013: Italian Stone Pine plants
February 4, 2013: Find a job in Rockville
January 12, 2013: Keeping Rockville Bikeable
December 13, 2012: Get your geek on at Penn Camera
December 2, 2012: Buy recycled

Green Tweets

Got news about something environmentally interesting to people in Rockville? Use Twitter hashtag #rkvgreen to be seen in the Greenpages at Rockville Living.