TreeKeepers Spring 2019 -- Virginia Baker Recreation Center 2601 E Baltimore Street Patterson Park
The Baltimore TreeKeepers is a city-wide tree stewardship program open to anyone interested in Baltimore’s trees. TreeKeepers promote 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 the responsibility to plant and care for trees in their neighborhood and throughout the City.

TreeKeepers includes several levels and types of classes, ranging from educational presentations to hands-on training that teaches citizens how to care for their trees and environment. Some of the hands-on training allows citizens to perform work on public trees that requires a permit; these classes will have a “test of competency” to certify citizens in best urban tree care practices. Certified tree planters and pruners will be encouraged to assist TreeBaltimore partners at spring and fall tree planting and pruning events. Certification and Classes are free and open to the public! Upon completion, they receive a certification card(s), TreeKeepers t-shirt, sweatshirt, beanie and a hat.

The class location for Spring 2019 series will be Virginia Baker Recreation Center located at 2601 E Baltimore Street in Patterson Park.

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