Baltimore Green Space works to protect community gardens, pocket parks, and other open spaces created and cared for by city residents.
At the request of community groups, Baltimore Green Space acquires community-managed open spaces and provides support to those who care for them. This allows communities to ensure that their urban oases endure without taking on the responsibilities of acquisition, ownership, and liability.
- The Duncan Street Miracle Garden, protected since 2010, was featured in Grist.
- Want to learn how to make sure your neighborhood's urban oasis can stick around for the long term? Join us on Wednesday, June 19, 6 to 8 at 3503 N. Charles Street for a workshop on Land Security for Community Open Spaces. Learn about preservation. We invite participants to bring information about the sites they care for, so we can make sure they get reported to City government as in community use. This workshop is hosted by CGRN and the Greater Homewood Community Corporation. Click here to rsvp, or call (443) 996-3811.
Our Community Garden in Sandtown/Winchester