Flocks of tourists crossing the street, office workers headed to lunch, honking vehicles stuck in traffic and anchored ships by the waterfront…the Inner Harbor is a lively spot. But with all that hustle and bustle comes nature’s number one enemy: pollution. But now, thanks to an initiative from the Waterfront Partnership and Chesapeake Bay Foundation, Baltimore residents can work to reverse some of that damage.
On September 1, the Partnership and CBF announced their Healthy Harbor Volunteer Program expected to launch on Saturday, Sept. 24. Participants will help to plant the largest oyster garden in Baltimore at Baltimore Marine Center’s Lighthouse Point, followed by a chance to socialize during happy hour at Bo Brooks. (All program events will take place in the morning of the third or fourth Saturday until June, followed with a happy hour at a local bar or restaurant.)
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