Shape Baltimore’s Transit Future at an upcoming Red Line Open House

Please join the Baltimore Red Line team at an upcoming Red Line Open House events to get the latest information on the project. At the Open Houses, you can learn about the refinements that have been made to the alignment, end-to-end, and get an update on the Station Area Advisory Committees’ developing recommendations to the MTA on station area site planning. In addition, information on related area-specific projects, such as the West Baltimore MARC and Bayview MARC projects will be available at the open house in those areas of the alignment. Attend the one of four Open Houses that works … Continue reading Shape Baltimore’s Transit Future at an upcoming Red Line Open House

Celebrate National Trails Day with a fun ride through West Baltimore Parks

West Baltimore’s unique landscape of parks and gardens feature everything from a monument to Francis Scott Key to innovative bioswales for sustainable stormwater management. The best way to get to know all these local treasures? Hop on your bike and join us for a free National Trails Day ride through West Baltimore parks! West Baltimore Parks by Bike Saturday, June 2, 10:00 am to 12:00 pm RSVP today! Meet at the Francis Scott Key Monument – Eutaw Place and Lanvale Street. Parking – Street parking available in surrounding area. Transit – UB/Mt. Royal Light Rail Station, the State Center Metro … Continue reading Celebrate National Trails Day with a fun ride through West Baltimore Parks

Fighting the new mosquito in town with Integrated Pest Management

Thanks to Shannon LaDeau for a guest post on a new project being conducted by collaboration among Baltimore Parks and People Foundation, University of Maryland, and the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies. For more information, contact Shannon LaDeau at LADEAUS@caryinstitute.org. This summer a research group from the Baltimore Ecosystem Study and University of Maryland will be out in West Baltimore neighborhoods looking for the invasive Asian tiger mosquito. Researchers will be in your area this summer to help confront this menace – and will specifically be surveying alleys and yards for breeding habitat and knocking on doors in some neighborhoods … Continue reading Fighting the new mosquito in town with Integrated Pest Management