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Home - Baltimore Tree Trust

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

Teaching and employing the next generation of tree care and landscaping professionals.

Beautifying communities and lessening the urban heat island effect.

Our mission is to restore Baltimore’s urban forest through increased tree planting, community engagement and advocacy.

We are looking forward to another successful spring planting season. Please stay tuned to our home page and events page to learn about tree-planting opportunities in the city. Thank you for working with us toward a greener and healthier Baltimore.

Tree Prunings with TreeKeepers

Our partners at TreeBaltimore are hosting several tree-pruning opportunities throughout Baltimore this winter season. By clicking on the links below, you can see which dates and locations best align with your calendar:

 

TreeKeepers Courses

Our partners at TreeBaltimore are hosting the next round of TreeKeepers course this spring 2019. If you are interested in learning about various methods of urban tree planting, the threats and implications of climate change, as well as how to properly plant and prune trees, then this is the course for you. TreeKeepers is free, and all the courses this session will take place in Patterson Park at the Virginia Baker Recreation Center. Please check out the dates below–we hope to see you there!

TreeKeepers 101: Trees and Baltimore

TreeKeepers 102: Science of Trees

TreeKeepers 201: Planting for Leadership Certification 

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

Sq. Ft. Impervious Surface Removed

Partners