Growing a Little Greener
Maryland Day – “Growing a Little Greener!”
Did you know the green petal on our Black-Eyed Susan logo signifies Maryland Day’s commitment to environmental stewardship? Working with Annapolis Green and Four Rivers Heritage Area our events and sites strive to make our weekend as eco-friendly as possible.
As you attend Maryland Day weekend venues and events, thank you leaving the lightest footprint possible!
Bring your reusable water bottle and coffee cup
If you buy a cold drink along the way say "NO" to the polluting plastic straw. Read more about the starts with a Straw Campaign.
Pack your reusable bag for your purchases
Carpool, and bring friends
Once you park your car, leave it where it is and enjoy walking in downtown Annapolis. If you need a ride to the next site in downtown Annapolis there is Free public transportation.
If it’s a warm weekend, ride your bike.
Recycle while you visit
Don’t forget to thank the sites for doing the right thing! (Being a responsible visitor and consumer while “on the go” creates demand!)
We’re fortunate to live where we do on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay. We have a responsibility to be good stewards of our land and waters when we’re at home and on the go. Setting an example during our state’s day of celebration is the right thing to do!
Tourism is one of Maryland’s leading industries. Events, festivals, meetings, etc., result in significant environmental impacts. From the amount of waste generated, the amount of material used, transportation to and from, and the energy and water consumed during the event, it adds up. Together, visitors/attendees and organizations/host sites, can make Maryland Day “Grow a Little Greener”!