Meetings are generally held on the third Wednesday of every month except November, when we have an annual meeting, and December, which we take off.
Next Meeting will be October 20, 6-7:30 p.m. Candidates for Bel Air Town Commissioner Forum. Bel Air United Methodist Church, 21 Linwood Ave, Bel Air, MD 21014, Room 202.
Adopt-a-Road Clean-Up: 10/9/21, 9:30-10:30 a.m., Southampton Middle School, 1200 Moores Mill Rd. Bring Gloves.
HCCA Annual Meeting: Sunday, 11/14/21, 1-4 p.m. Keynote Address: “Preserving Forests” Anna Mudd, Chesapeake Bay Foundation. Location: Bel Air United Methodist Church, 21 Linwood Ave, Bel Air, MD 21014, Room 101. Covered Dish. RSVP to (443) 243-3363 appreciated.
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Dear Friends of Abingdon Woods, Item #1 We recently got notice that Maryland Department of the Environment has opened a public comment period of 30 days regarding two aspects of the Wetlands and Waterways Permit for what is now being … Continue reading
The Bel Air FIVE Kick-Off Event and Native Plant Sale on Wed, Sept 8 went very well! Now, join the whole town of Bel Air by planting native plants, especially the host and pollinator plants for the 4 butterflies and a moth we’re trying to protect. Fall is a great time to plant! Then, download the iNaturalist app so you can identify the butterflies and caterpillars that come to your garden or planter. Insects and plants identified upload automatically to the Maryland Biodiversity Project, so we can see the impact of our efforts. Thank-you for caring about wildlife! (Insect/Host Plant: 1) Monarch/Milkweed or Butterfly weed; 2) Silvery Checkerspot/Ten-Petal Sunflower; 3) Pipevine Swallowtail/Virginia Snakeroot; 4) Great Spangled Fritillary/Arrow-leaved Violet, Common Blue Violet, etc.; 5) Unicorn Caterpillar Moth/New Jersey Tea Plant or Hawthorn Trees.
In 2019 Harford County Climate Action was active on several fronts, working to oppose drilling off Maryland shores, campaign to protect Abingdon Woods from planned warehouse development, advocate for legislation, express solidarity with global struggles for environmental justice and act … Continue reading
Veronica Cassilly tells the Council that Harford County’s children and grandchildren deserve better than to see the quality of the land and water decline even though we have been warned and can prevent further damage. Though she is aware that … Continue reading
Chesapeake Waterkeepers are calling for help. Here is their action alert, excerpted from Tell Gov. Hogan to Fix the Bad Deal with Exelon on Conowingo Dam! We need your help! There are 3 things you can do: 1. Tell Governor … Continue reading
There is a natural solution to the climate breakdown: protecting forests. Climate activist Greta Thunberg and writer/climate activist George Monbiot explain. Nature Now, a short film narrated by teen climate activist Greta Thunberg and writer/climate activist George Monbiot to serve … Continue reading
Harford County Climate Action is working with Neighborhood Sun to ensure that ALL Harford County residents have access to clean energy! I have signed up, thereby guaranteeing that my energy bills will remain below those charged by BG&E. Neighborhood Sun … Continue reading
This petition is for all Harford County residents! If our largest remaining forests are developed, we will ALL suffer from the loss of green space, boost to the climate crisis, loss of wildlife, and negative impact on our neighbors, who … Continue reading
Thanks to Harford County Climate Action member Jack Dettner for sharing this delightful video from the Carribean island nation of St. Lucia, creatively using music to popularize the urgency of climate action. Covering topics ranging from waste disposal to building … Continue reading