Friday, March 26, 2010;
1.SPOONS COFFEE CAFE AND COFFEE ROASTING CO.
Do a good deed: Drink a latte at an eatery that composts and recycles, produces zero waste and offsets its electricity by buying windpower credits.
24 E. Cross St., Baltimore. 410-539-6751
2.CHARM CITY CIRCULATOR
Take an Earth-friendly ride around town aboard a free hybrid electric bus.
3.WATERWHEEL-POWERED TRASH INTERCEPTOR
The innovative device, which resembles the waterwheel mills that once crowded the city's rivers, uses centuries-old technology to keep the harbor clean.
Near 2610 Boston St., Baltimore. 443-413-5048.
http://clearwatermills.com 4.MILL VALLEY GARDEN AND FARMERS MARKET
The general store offers locally raised bison and organic veggies, among other sundries.
2800 Sisson St., Baltimore. 410-889-6842.
http://millvalleygeneralstore-cheryl.blogspot.com 5EARTH ALLEY
The green boutique supports recycling and global artisans. Sample items: Haitian oil drums transformed into wall art and old bike parts working double time as clocks.
3602 Elm Ave., Baltimore. 410-366-2110. http://www.earthalley.com
Spike Gjerde, chef of the organic dining spot, scours markets in the Chesapeake region to create sustainable delicacies, such as rockfish and chips.
2010 Clipper Park Rd., Baltimore. 410-464-8000. http://www.woodberrykitchen.com
The urban nature preserve honors the environment with birding walks, miles of woodland trails and diverse gardens, including the Small City Backyard Gardens.
4915 Greenspring Ave., Baltimore. 410-367-2217. http://www.cylburnassociation.org; free.