Welcoming the Climate Change Working Group of Frederick County to our website!

Envision Frederick County is very pleased to host a section of our website for use by the Climate Change Working Group of Frederick County! Working with Karen Russell, the founder and coordinator … [Read more...]

GREEN DRINKS! This month: Social hour, then “Regenerative Agriculture”

With a very enjoyable, engaging and well-attended event on January 17th, Green Drinks was relaunched in Frederick! Please join us! Green Drinks is scheduled for the 3rd Wednesday of each month, … [Read more...]

Thank you for making our Envision Autumn 2017 event a great success!

On Wednesday evening, November 15th, Envision Frederick County held its third annual Envision fundraising dinner event at ThorpeWood — Envision Autumn 2017 — with special guest speaker Tamara Toles O’Laughlin, the … [Read more...]

Not too late to get your “Nature Fix”

On Thursday, September 28th, Envision Frederick County and the Center for Student Engagement at Frederick Community College co-sponsored a free lecture (and book signing) with award-winning author and science journalist … [Read more...]

Please join us for Envision Autumn 2017 with Tamara Toles O’Laughlin

The last year has been very busy...and gone really quickly, it seems. Envision Frederick County is excited to announce and invite you to our third annual dinner: Envision Autumn 2017! The dinner will … [Read more...]

Early thoughts about Governor Hogan’s proposed new lanes on I270

Last week, Governor Hogan proposed an ambitious $9 billion project that includes adding four new lanes to the Maryland portion of the Beltway, the Baltimore-Washington Parkway and Interstate 270 from the Beltway to … [Read more...]

Zero Waste? Join Us for Practical Ideas (September 30th)

Envision Frederick County is very pleased to co-sponsor this highly worthwhile event. Please join us! Kick off your weekend with an engaging and motivating...and free...morning session with our outstanding … [Read more...]

“Smart Growth” essential to preserving what we love about where we live!

What does “smart growth” mean to you? Certainly most Frederick County residents have heard of “Smart Growth,” as it has become a frequently used and increasingly familiar term over the past two … [Read more...]