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TreeBaltimore Ad Campaign Received The Creative Programming Award

In the spring of 2010, the TreeBaltimore Ad Campaign received the Creative Programming Award from Maryland Recreation and Parks Association. The award was presented to our designer, Davina Grunstein, of Matter, in recognition of outstanding contribution to the fields of Parks and Resource Conservat...

150 Trees For 150 Years

October 16, 2010 is the 150th anniversary of Druid Hill Park, the 3rd oldest large park in the country after Central Park and Fairmont Park. To honor this occasion, TreeBaltimore and the Friends of Druid Hill will plant 150 trees near the Zoo Mansion House, the original mansion from the estate. Do...

1-95 Tree Mitigation

With the expansion of I-95, a new partnership between Baltimore and the Maryland Transportation Authority (MDTA) formed. This spring, the partnership resulted in the planting of more than 1,100 deciduous and evergreen trees on park property at the following locations: Patterson Park, Joseph Lee Par...

Tree Master Plans For Major Parks

The Department of Recreation and Parks recently completed tree master plans for some of our large parks including Clifton, Druid Hill, Carroll, Herring Run, Patterson, Farring Baybrook and Joseph Lee. The master plans are being used to provide direction for ongoing tree selection and placement.

Constellation Energy Committed $300,000 For Tree Planting And Maintenance

Constellation Energy committed $300,000 over three years for tree planting and maintenance of existing trees in neighborhoods, on schools grounds and in parks. Through this public-private collaboration TreeBaltimore and Constellation joined to grow Baltimore’s tree canopy. The first year strategy f...

Protecting Trees Improve Health And Quality Of Life In Baltimore And Maryland

By Jacqueline M. Carrera and Erik M. Dihle May 28, 2013 The recent passage and signing of landmark forest legislation will help protect the health and well-being of all Marylanders for generations to come. Maryland has made a commitment to "no net loss" of our state's forests — both urban an...