Revitalizing Baltimore

Project Description
Revitalizing Baltimore is a national model community forestry and
watershed restoration project funded by the USDA Forest Service
and managed by the Parks & People Foundation in cooperation
with the Maryland State Forester. The project goal is to
demonstrate human and natural system connections and equip
people to care for natural resources, while employing these
resources to revitalize urban neighborhoods. The project is a
partnership between the Maryland Department of Natural Resources
Forest Service, Baltimore City and Baltimore County, several
other non-profit organizations, three community-based watershed
associations, businesses, and academic institutions.

Contact:

Michael T. Rains
Director
mrains@fs.fed.us
Phone: 610-557-4103
Fax: 610-557-4177

For more information,
link to http://www.fs.fed.us/na/briefs/baltimore99/baltimore.htm