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Baltimore's neighborhoods, nonprofits, government agencies work to clean their community

Clean water is Baltimore's most important natural resource and that the greatest hope for clean water lies in citizen action. In Baltimore, if you're going to talk about stormwater, you need to talk about trash. See how Baltimore's urban neighborhoods are coming together to improve their neighborhoods - whether it is painting storm drains with Blue Water Baltimore, planting trees in McElderry Park, or picking up trash at Fort McHenry with the National Aquarium, the citizens of Baltimore are working to green their communities. Laura Bankey, the National Aquarium's Manager of Conservation explains that the value of partnerships is immeasurable.  Kim Burgess, Baltimore City's Surface Water Management Chief explains why a stormwater utility will help the city.

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