Publications

Baltimore Tree Trust has a direct impact on Baltimore's communities, whether by cooling neighborhood streets, filtering water that goes into the bay, or investing in our green workforce. Scroll down to see our features in the press, and to learn more about our mission to grow Baltimore's urban tree canopy.

 

 

PRI Interview with Alex Smith

In Baltimore, An Effort to Turn Lives Around by Planting Trees
read the article & listen to the interview

 

Baltimore Tree Trust Reports

McElderry Park Digital Narrative

McElderry Park Street Tree Analysis

Old Goucher Street Tree Analysis

The Attitudes of Urban Residents Regarding Trees

 

Featuring Baltimore Tree Trust & More

Podcast: Turning the Tide: Saving the Chesapeake Bay
Chesapeake Bay Foundation President Will Baker & Baltimore Tree Trust Executive Director Dan Millender discuss the environmental, economic & cultural benefits of trees.

 

Baltimore Office of Sustainability
Every Story Counts: Alex Smith

 

WBAL 11 News
Baltimore Tree Trust Planting Roots in the City

 

WYPR 88.1 FM
Baltimore Tree Trust: Greening the City, One Street at a Time

 

WJZ 13 News
Baltimore Gets Grant to Develop More Green Spaces

 

Washington Magazine

Architectural Expressions
featuring Baltimore Tree Trust board member, Carol Macht

 

Bay Journal

Green Jobs Helping Ex-Cons Turn Over a New Leaf

Greener cities, more nutrient and sediment control targets of record high funding

Partnership turning McElderry Park into one of city’s garden spots

Baltimore Benefits from Green Grants

Urban Tree Canopy Effects Branching Out

 

McElderry Park Star
Baltimore Tree Trust Arbor Day Celebration

 

The Baltimore Times
BGE, law firm team up to plant trees in Baltimore

 

Archbishop Curley High School
Archbishop Curley High School Partners with the Baltimore Tree Trust

BTT in Action

production by Will Schwarz, Pennant Productions, LTD
September 20, 2016

Tree Facts, Articles & Resources

 

What is a Tree Worth?
by Jill Jonnes

 

Benefits of Trees
provided by The Alliance for Community Trees,
an umbrella organization for tree planting non-profit organizations

 

Baltimore’s Tree Planting World
the Who's Who in the Baltimore tree planting world

 

The Guardian: Green spaces improve school children’s mental development

 

The Star: Living on tree-lined streets has health benefits

 

Is All Your Rain Going Down Your Drain?:
Look to Bioretainment-Trees are a Solution

 

The Diane Rehm Show on NPR, featuring BTT founder Jill Jonnes
The Environmental Outlook: Celebrating & Understanding the Urban Forests 

 

Midday on WYPR with Tom Hall, featuring Jill Jonnes
The Urban Forest and Why it’s Crucial

Giving

The Baltimore Tree Trust is a 501(c)3 incorporated in the State of Maryland. All gifts are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. As a nonprofit organization, The Baltimore Tree Trust receives funds from the state, city, foundations, corporations and private individuals.

Your gift supports critical initiatives such as Trees for Public Health, a program that focuses on planting new street trees in concrete laden neighborhoods. Other initiatives include TreeKeepers and community outreach. All of our dedicated financial supporters will be recognized in the Baltimore Tree Trust’s annual report. Your contribution is creating a greener, healthier Baltimore.

Thank you for helping the Baltimore Tree Trust make our city a more healthful, beautiful place.

 

 

If you prefer to donate by mail, send a check to:

Baltimore Tree Trust
PO Box 26202, Baltimore, MD 21210

You can also email us for more information.