Fish release 2017

If you’ve flirted with solar panels, a compost bin or an electric car in the past, the Green Neighbor Festival on May 12 is the place to finally commit.

Hood College received the green light from the city of Frederick for the second year in a row to take over Culler Lake for a day of food, music, displays and workshops for homeowners and renters looking to make their lives a little more sustainable, said event coordinator Susan Simonson. The event will host local green business vendors as well as electric cars owned by members of the Electric Vehicle Association of Greater Washington, D.C.

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Samantha Hogan is the state house, environment, agriculture and energy reporter for The Frederick News-Post.

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