According to ENERGY STAR, building owners can save 5 – 20% annually on their energy bills by implementing operations and maintenance best practices. However, with the plethora of data and energy management tools available in most buildings today, you may be at a loss for how to best make use of these tools to spot,
Come to Locust Grove for September’s theme week: Cider Days. The Nature Center will feature special exhibits, free cider samples, and a self-guided Johnny Appleseed trail. Free and open to all participants. No registration required.
Join Brookside Nature Center and the Maryland State Beekeepers Association to celebrate honeybees and other pollinators. Talk to beekeepers, watch honey being harvested, buy local honey and bee products, and enjoy family friendly activities and crafts. We’ll be buzzing about pollinators all day long!
October is National Energy Action Month and we’re celebrating by hosting 6 Books and Bulbs events at libraries across the County. Books and Bulbs is a free event where County residents bring their old lightbulbs and swap them for up to 3 LEDs and a reusable bag. Collect your old incandescent or CFL light bulbs
Did you know that there’s an organization in Montgomery County that offers safe and healthy home repairs at no cost to the recipient? There is and the organization is called Rebuilding Together Montgomery County (RTMC) RTMC works in partnership with state and local governments, community volunteers, nonprofit service providers, and corporate partners to provide free
Bikeshare is affordable for many – but for some folks it still may be a challenge. Free bikeshare memberships are available for those who meet income eligibility requirements. The program is called “JARC” – Job Access Reverse Commute. Qualified individuals will receive free membership in Capital Bikeshare and free bike safety training, a free helmet,
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