Toxic Tour Sheds Light, Inspires Change

Thank you to Chesapeake Bay Magazine and Cheryl Costello for putting together this wonderful piece and shedding light on the environmental injustices in Baltimore.

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Environmental Stewardship as an Act of Faith

There is so much good going on in the world, and we were grateful to be recognized in Shared Justice's article for doing our part! From the Fainforest to the Watershed: Environmental Stewardship as an Act of Faith.

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Spare Maryland's Trees

February 2019 - Pastor Sue Lowcock Harris, co-pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Howard County, speaks out in defense of forests, a balanced ecosystem, and the next generation.

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Marylanders Need to Protect Our Forests

February 2019 - Great Letter to the Editor from Rabbi Rain Zohav of Interfaith Families Project and Jews for the Earth. Thou Shall Not Steal Trees from the Next Generation!

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IPC is Highlighted in Sojourner's

IPC is highlighted in Sojourner's: "Stormwater Pollution is on the Rise. These People of Faith are Trying to Change That."

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IPC Highlighted in Religion News

IPC is highlighted in Religion News: "An interfaith group finds willing partners to restore a shared watershed."

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Laura Heller pens blogs for Lutheran ELCA Advocacy Blog

Our very own Laura Heller, volunteer leader of Lutheran ELCA MD-DE Synod Creation Care activities, penned these blogs for the Lutheran ELCA Advocacy Blog, in honor of Earth Day 2018:

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Thou Shall Not Steal Trees

Thank you Pastor Sue of First Presbyterian Church of Howard County for submitting this Letter to the Editor in Bay Weekly and for your faithful support of forests in Maryland. 

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Maryland Forest Conservation Act Needs to be Revisted

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Govans Presbyterian Church Launches Storm Water Project

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