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.

Tree Planting in Charles North

Please join the Baltimore Tree Trust team, alongside the Charles North Community Association and the University of Maryland Baltimore Alumni Network, to plant trees on Saturday, November 10th. We will be meeting by 9am at 1714 N. Charles Street. Please wear close-toed shoes and comfortable clothes, and we encourage you to bring a reusable water bottle! All are welcome–Terps, non-Terps, Charles North residents, and beyond You can learn more and register 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


Current urban tree canopy out of 40% goal

Volunteers engaged

Sq. Ft. Impervious Surface Removed