Maryland ePath announces new initiatives that connect users to up-to-date green business news.


Social Media Engagement

The ePath team is working hard to engage new users through Twitter and Facebook. The team is committed to sharing new content for the site, in addition to green industry news from across the country. ePath has also launched a new blog function which will feature green insights and commentary from the team. You can sort blog content based on four categories: Saving Green, Industry Spotlight, Capital Access, and Business Hub.

New website helps Maryland small businesses sort out the noise around “green business”


August 10, 2011 - Maryland small businesses looking to save costs and find new customers have a new tool at their disposal through socially and environmentally - "green" - responsible practices.

Maryland ePath, a website developed through the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) PRIME program, is dedicated to identifying the most useful green business resources from inside and outside of Maryland, and presenting those resources in a way that is straightforward and easy to use.

The website is managed by the Microenterprise Council of Maryland (MCM), a state-wide microenterprise development organization based in Crownsville, and EcoVentures International (EVI), a non-profit organization based in Washington DC.

“Many Maryland small businesses are adopting green business practices, and many more are becoming interested,” said Mikal McCartney, Executive Director of MCM. “This website is a way for the Maryland small business community to cut through the noise, to find resources that are practical and useful.”

Welcome to Maryland ePath


The Maryland ePath website is a collaborative effort between the Microenterprise Council of Maryland and EcoVentures International. The goal of the project is to build a comprehensive, user-friendly resource for identifying the most useful information and tools regarding socially and environmentally responsible business practices. The site is designed specifically for small businesses, entrepreneurs, and microenterprise development organizations in the state of Maryland.

Get listed on ePath! Maryland ePath is currently accepting listing requests related to green business in the state of Maryland. ePath lists a variety of resources (trainings, certifications, financial products, and more) and organizations (support organizations, coalitions, service providers, businesses, government agencies, and more). If you work with any resources or organizations connected to green business in Maryland and would like to list on ePath, email us at