MBRI Groundbreaking: Hanover Street Wetland Site

Groundbreaking Signage and Equipment

On April 19, GreenVest celebrated the groundbreaking of the Middle Branch Resiliency Initiative’s (MBRI) lead project: the Hanover Street Wetland Site. This event, now nearly four years in the making, celebrated the commencement of construction for the first of many of the MBRI’s nature-based resilience projects. The MBRI is the ecological restoration arm of the […]

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Daisy Scout Trip to Masonville Cove

Masonville Cove

Even GreenVest’s legal team enjoys getting out in nature! Dana Cooper, Team GV’s General Counsel, recently chaperoned a trip to Masonville Cove (located in South Baltimore, near our MBRI projects) for her daughter’s Girl Scout Daisy Troop. Masonville Cove is the nation’s first Urban Wildlife Refuge Partnership, in the heart of South Baltimore, with over […]

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Brett Berkley Featured in Baltimore Magazine

Brett Berkley, Photo by Tyrone Syranno Wilkens

We’re thrilled that Brett Berkley, GreenVest’s Senior Vice President, was recently featured in Baltimore Magazine in an article discussing the important linkage between ecosystem health and community resilience. As the implementing resiliency partner of South Baltimore Gateway Partnership (SBGP), GreenVest is proud to lead the Middle Branch Resiliency Initiative (MBRI)—part of the broader Reimagine Middle […]

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GreenVest Presents at the Restore America’s Estuaries Coastal & Estuarine Summit

Presenting at RAE

Earlier this month, GreenVest’s Senior Vice President, Brett Berkley, and Senior Project Manager, Andrew Forbes, presented at the Restore America’s Estuaries (RAE) Coastal & Estuarine Summit in New Orleans, Louisiana. Along with project partners South Baltimore Gateway Partnership, Moffatt & Nichol, and Assedo Consulting, GreenVest took the stage to present on the Middle Branch Resiliency […]

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Middle Branch Resiliency Initiative Press Conference

All the Officials in Attendance | Photo Courtesy of Michael Ivan Schwartz with Loud Communications, LLC

On October 7, the South Baltimore Gateway Partnership (SBGP), an economic development authority funded by casino revenue, hosted a press conference to announce that $47.7 million has been secured to build wetlands around the Middle Branch of the Patapsco River. This funding kicks off Stage I of the Middle Branch Resiliency Initiative (MBRI). GreenVest is […]

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