Restoring Baltimore’s urban forest through increased tree planting, community engagement, and advocacy.

Restoring Baltimore’s urban forest through increased tree planting, community engagement, and advocacy.

Restoring Baltimore’s urban forest through increased tree planting, community engagement, and advocacy.

Our mission is to restore Baltimore’s urban forest through increased tree planting, community engagement, workforce development and advocacy. Since our inception, we have planted over 5,500 trees on private property and in low-canopy neighborhoods throughout Baltimore City.

The Tree Trust spearheads efforts to achieve Baltimore’s 40% urban tree canopy goal by methodically planting up neighborhoods that have few existing trees, while engaging community leaders and stakeholders in the planting and sustainable maintenance of trees.

Volunteers Needed on October 13th

Our second October community planting will be on Saturday, October 13th in partnership with our friends from Volunteering Untapped and Baltimore Trash Talk. We will be back in the Berea area for the 3rd installment of our greening series there–this means continuing our work in the community garden space by Fort Worthington Elementary and adding more street trees along the way.

All are welcome–the link to register for this event is here!

Volunteers Needed on Thanksgiving Day

Our final public tree planting will held on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday November 22nd. Join us in the morning for a small tree planting, as we give thanks the best way we know how–by planting trees that will shade and cool our community for decades to come.

Please register at the link below.

Our Impact in Baltimore

Trees planted since 2012

Neighborhoods fully planted out

Tree Care Apprentices in Training

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Current urban tree canopy out of 40% goal

Volunteers engaged

Partners