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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 »

Urban Greening Uplift- Fruit Tree Fair ’17

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  Did you go to the Fruit Tree Fair this year? Maybe you’re smiling over that Beach Plum you took home from FTF and planted in your backyard? Well you’ll want to make sure you return to the next fair to get yourself a second plant so they can pollinate each other. We hope you… Read more »

For Trees Lovers with a Sweet Tooth…

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Late February and early March are  maple sugar season! And you can experience first hand how maple sugar and syrup is made at local parks and nature centers in the Baltimore area.   http://www.baltimoremagazine.net/2015/2/24/sweet-trees-are-made-of-this-maple-sugar-tours-on-tap-this-weekend Also, did you know: Maple sugar and syrup comes from a sugary sap produced by trees as an evolutionary biological function… Read more »

First Annual Fruit Tree Fair

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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 »

Druid Hill Park Notable Tree Tour

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On Sept. 24th Gary Letteron, an urban forester, led a short bike tour visiting the champion trees and other special trees. The ride was done in partnership with Baltimore Tree Trust and the Friends of Druid Hill Park. Sassafras – City Champion Oaks – WW1 Memorial Grove Northern Red Oak – Governor Ritchie Memorial English Oak –… Read more »