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December 5, 2011

We've moved!


B'more Green has moved to a new home on the web.

We've switched to a more reliable blog platform, and that's meant having to get a new address, or url. Nothing else has changed, really.  We'll still be sharing plenty of news and analysis there about the environment, the Chesapeake Bay and green living. 

The new address is:  Be sure to update your "favorites" links. 

And for RSS subscribers who like to stay on top of B'more Green, you need to sign up here to keep getting the latest posts sent to you: 

So don't be a stranger - come on over and check out the new digs!

(Baltimore Sun file photo)

Posted by Tim Wheeler at 6:03 AM | | Comments (1)


Bah, I dislike that new blog platform. It doesn't play well with RSS readers.

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About the bloggers
Tim WheelerTim Wheeler reports on the environment and Chesapeake Bay. A native of West Virginia, he has focused mainly on Maryland's environment since moving here in 1983. Along the way, he's crewed aboard a skipjack in the bay, canoed under city streets up the Jones Fall from the Inner Harbor, and gone deep underground in a western Maryland coal mine. He loves seafood, rambles in the country and good stories. He hopes to share some here.

Contributor Christy Zuccarini has been blogging about the local DIY craft scene for a year for She brings her pespective on all things handmade to B'More Green, where she will highlight projects you can do yourself as well as crafters who are integrating sustainable methods and materials.

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