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  • Salt: The Silent Winter Killer

    March 16th, 2017
      Education

    The Impacts of Road Salts on Trees  written by  Charlie Murphy, TreeBaltimore Operations Manager Winter is here, which means cold temperatures, icy conditions, and snow.  With winter’s frozen precipitation comes human’s solution, which unfortunately more often than not is salt. More than 20 million tons of sodium chloride are used...   Read More

  • Getting to the Roots of Tree Communication- by John Canoles

    February 7th, 2017
      General

    Baltimore County's Country Chronicle newspaper was kind enough to let us share this article by local naturalist John Canoles. Country Chronicle February 2017 Nature's Notes Getting to the Roots Of Tree Communication by John Canoles   Cheer up. Winter is half over. That’s why we celebrate Groundhog Day, the official...   Read More

  • New Map: Recent and Future Tree Plantings by Neighborhood 2016

    August 24th, 2016
      General

    Tomorrow evening, August 25th, we will be displaying our newest tree map at our Annual TreeBaltimore Summer Gathering. The "Recent and Future Tree Plantings by Neighborhood Map," created by our team members Victor Miranda and Nathan Randolph, will illustrate who is planting in what neighborhood.. Use the map to find...   Read More

  • Trees Live to Tell Their Story

    July 12th, 2016
      General

    Woah what happened here? Looks like a tree had been growing here for a hundred years or so and then crashed down across Jones Falls Trail. The fresh chainsaw cuts suggest that it has fallen recently, yet this tree has been dead for a long time. It must've been injured...   Read More

  • Paddling towards a Healthy Harbor with Green Infrastructure

    June 20th, 2016
      General, News, Photos

    Did you know that Baltimore City has approximately 21,000 acres of pavement — an area more than 150 times the size of Patterson Park? Did you know that Gov. Martin O'Malley signed legislation in 2012 which called for removing one fifth of the city's concrete (4,200 acres of concrete) by...   Read More

  • Winged Migrants visit Baltimore’s Urban Tree Canopy

    May 13th, 2016
      General

    On the way to the TreeBaltimore office on Tuesday, I thought I'd take the Wyman Park Bridge over Interstate 83 by the Stieff Silver Building. I wanted to check on the status of some active bird nests perched in a tree over the river. As some know, this is a popular...   Read More

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