We’re excited to once again invite local and national non-profit and for-profit organizations to exhibit the Montgomery County GreenFest.
Registration will be launched in the first week of February. To get alerted FIRST when registration is launched, sign up for our e-alerts.
Through the collaborative efforts of businesses, government and residents, Bethesda Green serves as a catalyst and trusted resource in building a dynamic model community for sustainable living and economic growth.
Takoma Park is a city of 17,000 residents in Montgomery County, Maryland, bordered by Washington, D.C. Takoma Park is densely populated but feels comfortable due to its hills and large trees. Takoma Park celebrates its 125th anniversary in 2015.
The Montgomery County Department of Transportation‘s (MCDOT) mission is to move people by transit, walking, biking, carpooling or driving. Our goal is to provide services in an environmentally friendly and sensitive way that emphasizes sustainability and reduces the County’s environmental footprint.
Protect and interpret our valuable natural and cultural resources; balance the demand for recreation with the need for conservation; offer a variety of enjoyable recreational activities. Visit our website.
One Montgomery Green (OMG) fosters partnerships to support environmental sustainability and promote the development of a green economy. OMG acts as a catalyst for environmental responsibility among businesses, residents and government to improve the quality of life for all of Montgomery County.
Poolesville Green promotes the appreciation, conservation and sustainable use of natural resources in Poolesville, Maryland and its surrounding communities. This is accomplished by educating the community about sustainable living practices.
We are entrusted by our community to provide water, life’s most precious resource, and return to our environment, all in an ethical sustainable and responsible manner. Visit our website.