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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.

Autumn Crisp juice, Jazz Brunch and other Dawson's Market delights

By Jade Nicolette, last updated 9/22/15 02:24pm

Celebrate the advent of fall with the arrival of seasonal aromatic drinks, popping up on café menus everywhere. Dawson’s Market, a community-oriented local food hub, is no exception, having recently...

Rockville Rewards Saves You Money And Benefits NonProfits

By Helen Triolo, last updated 9/8/15 07:28am

What is a Rockville Rewards Card? By purchasing a Rockville Rewards card for $25, you can support local businesses, access unlimited discounts, and help raise money for local charities, schools...

2015 Farmers Market Opens May 16

By Helen Triolo, last updated 5/13/15 12:00am

It's the best time of the year for people who like to eat fresh: the Rockville Farmers Market at the corner of Rte 28 (E Jefferson St) & Monroe Ave...

The Art of Growing Hops: There and Back Again

By Paul Triolo, last updated 6/18/14 11:11pm

Most people who drink beer regularly are probably unaware of the intense effort and resources that go into growing one of the amber liquid’s most important ingredients: the alpha and...

Dawson's Market Farm Market Now Open on Wednesdays

By Helen Triolo, last updated 6/11/14 12:00am

Have you visited the new Wednesday Farm Market, held outside Dawson's Market in Rockville Town Square every Wednesday from 11am to 2pm? Stop by for something fresh for dinner, and...

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