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TreeBaltimore offers first curbside yard tree pickup

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The TreeBaltimore Fall Tree Giveaway store is opening TODAY 10/7 at NOON! Link in bio.These trees are FREE and are for city residents to plant in their front or backyards.  This FALL is going to go a little different than our Spring giveaway season, we will be offering a contactless pickup on 10/14, trees are ordered via… Read more »

Baltimore City strengthens Forest and Tree Ordinance regs

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We would like to thank Mayor Young for signing the law approved by the Baltimore City Council which strengthens the Forest & Tree Conservation regulations. Forests of smaller sizes will now have better protections because of these efforts. Thanks to the Baltimore Office of Sustainability for working with this team to draft the legislation and… Read more »

No Pro Baseball, but orioles nesting in the park

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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? Well, wait no longer. It’s… Read more »

Springtime in Baltimore

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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 nearly all the trees in… Read more »

City Nature Challenge 2020

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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 urban areas. In previous years,… Read more »

Baltimore City’s Proactive Pruning Program

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The first thing people always ask: what is proactive pruning? It may seem like it’s a simple thing to explain, but surprisingly it can be a very complicated concept. Baltimore City’s Forestry Division currently bases their tree maintenance work on citizen complaints through the 311 system, which makes the current system a reactive one. The… Read more »