Please join us for TreeKeepers 101 on Saturday April 18 in Berea to learn about "Baltimore and Trees." The TreeKeepers program promotes healthy trees by educating residents and increasing their role in the care of the City's trees. Through this training, citizens can become tree advocates and share in the planting and care of trees in their neighborhood and throughout the City.
Hosted by the Berea Eastside Neighborhood Association, the class runs from 9 a.m. to noon at the Library in Ft. Worthington Elementary School at 2701 E. Oliver Street, Baltimore 21213.
Do trees eat my pipes?
How do I feed my trees?
How can I care for the trees in my neighborhood?
Are you a tree advocate who wants action?
Join TreeKeepers and get straight answers about urban trees and how to care for them.
Trees create, cool, and clean the air we breathe, filter stormwater, and shade our streets and homes. Studies show that neighborhoods with trees have less crime and are more desirable places to raise a family.
Baltimore TreeKeepers is a program of the Baltimore City Department Recreation and Parks’ TreeBaltimore Program and Baltimore City Forest Conservancy District Board, administered by the Baltimore Tree Trust, with assistance from Blue Water Baltimore, Parks & People Foundation, Baltimore Green Space, Planning Department\Office of Sustainability, and U.S. Forest Service.