Home » Blog

TreeBaltimore Blog

  • No Pro Baseball, but orioles nesting in the park

    June 30th, 2020

    While former Baltimore Orioles baseball player Adam Jones swings his bat for the Buffaloes in Japan, our own Oriole Park at Camden Yards is closed until further notice or until Jim Palmer has his way. All the while we’re still asking ourselves: When will our Orioles get back to business?...   Read More

  • Springtime in Baltimore

    May 5th, 2020

    Spring is a magical time of year. The appearance of flowers at the end of winter stimulates our senses. Warmer weather provides the opportunity for residents to spend more time outdoors enjoying our local natural environment and observing plants as they grow and bloom. You may not realize it, but...   Read More

  • City Nature Challenge 2020

    April 21st, 2020
      Events, General

    City Nature ChallengeThe 2020 City Nature Challenge is still on! The City Nature Challenge asks citizen scientists in cities around the world to document as many species as they can over a multiple-day period, helping people to connect to the nature found in cities and highlighting the biodiversity found in...   Read More

  • TreeBaltimore Update

    August 8th, 2018
      News, Photos

    Staff from TreeBaltimore planting partners Blue Water Baltimore and Midtown Baltimore pose with the Little Miss Figgy plants, the most popular Fruit Tree Fair giveaway tree of 2018 General Updates TreeBaltimore is excited to announce the Summer Gathering later this month on the evening of August 28th and our next...   Read More

  • Weed Warriors to Receive Reinforcements

      News, Photos

    Have you ever explored a forest in Baltimore City? The Department of Recreation and Parks oversees some of the most spectacular natural areas in the region, and we’re working hard to keep them healthy, safe, and accessible for visitors like you. We, in the Integrated Vegetation Management (IVM) Unit, actively...   Read More

  • Camp Small Update

      News, Photos

    For over 70 years Camp Small has been the City’s collection facility for removed and downed street trees and park trees. Camp Small’s urban wood utilization initiative began in 2016 after receiving an Innovation fund of $98,000 from the City’s Bureau of Budget and Management Resource. The program took off...   Read More

See More