Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis, with the help of Interfaith Partners for the Chesapeake and Watershed Stewards Academy, pursued funding for design and implementation of a large bioretention installation for the purpose of treating stormwater runoff from our property. This installation, and the efforts of our community surrounding its implementation, have served as a catalyst for inspiring environmental activism and awareness at UU Church of Annapolis.

Additionally, they are actively managing their land in regard to runoff and native species, have a program to encourage congregants to switch to a solar energy source, and are pressing local governments to divest themselves of fossil fuel holdings.

Together with their members and partner organizations, they work hard to improve and heal their local waterways. For more information on Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis, click here.