Saturday February 7th, 2016 Visible from blocks away, the volunteer team of about 20 TreeKeepers donned their neon vests and took to the street. With loppers, pruning saws, shears, and pole saws in hand, the budding tree stewards practiced the art of pruning trees in winter. They began with a grove of mature flowering Cherries just north… Read more »
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Entering from parkdale ave in woodberry, two rubber wheels glide over the blacktop below. Above, a green canopy frames blue sky and aerial duel between small hawk and crow the Kestrel is a tiny hawk with extreme agility; the crow a commoner with invisibilty. the two birds play lightly in drifting wind having turns swooping… Read more »
Join us for TreeBaltimore’s Fruit Tree Fair! There will be family crafts, cider pressing, apple bobbing, food and music. There will also be experts onsite and demonstrations throughout the day. What’s more, every Baltimore City resident has the opportunity to go home with a free urban hardy fruit tree courtesy of TreeBaltimore. ——————- ——————- The… Read more »
The Baltimore City Forestry Board has released their yearly newsletter! Lots of great stories about the trees we love. There are printed copies that we have out at events, but if you can’t wait check out the electronic version here! Leaflet 2015 If you want to check out more about the Baltimore City Forestry Board… Read more »
At Forest Park Golf Course on the morning of April 24th, an energetic group of third graders participating in the annual Big Dig unload mulch from a wheel barrow. A tree they initially called “the porcupine tree” soon was named “the bro’s tree” after they finished planting it. Debra Lenik with Blue… Read more »
Get out your notebooks and thinking caps, coming up this March are two excellent days of some great tree information. The first is Casey Trees’ Canopy Connections event in Washington, DC. and the second is Baltimore’s Emerald Ash Borer Lecture. These events will be held on March 25 and 26, respectively.