Urban Trees

A wonderful quote from Shirley Trier of the Davey Resource Group:

"Trees are not just landscaping placed on top of city infrastructure, they are city infrastructure."

That is, they should not be seen as discretionary or marginal or decorative. Trees - including fruit trees - should be seen as integral to cityscapes as streets, sidewalks, buildings and water...Read more

Orchards as Theaters of Grace

Joseph Sittler, a Lutheran theologian, wrote that nature was a theater of grace, and encountering it in the proper way was necessary for the sanity of the mind, the preservation health of the body, the uplift of the spirit.

We agree. We see our orchards as more than food-production sites (as essential as that is), but...Read more

The Blessing and Necessity of Public Parks... and Orchards

The next generation


On gleaning

Wild Fruits

Who We Are

Growing an edible Baltimore

The Baltimore Orchard Project strengthens communities through planting and cultivating orchards, teaching citizens to be long-term stewards, and sharing the harvest among neighbors.

We work with schools, congregations, neighborhoods and individuals to turn vacant, wasted or under-used swatches of land into productive sources of food, neighborhood gathering places, and lively ecosystems that keep our communities and ourselves healthy.

Cultivating orchards, cultivating communities.

We'd love to work with you. 

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The Baltimore Orchard Project at Carroll's Hundred

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