You Just Can’t Hack It: Correct Pruning for Healthy Trees

by Adreon Hubbard On my walks through the neighborhood, I’ve noticed street and yard trees with various issues that might have been prevented through correct pruning. Our trees are subjected … Continue reading “You Just Can’t Hack It: Correct Pruning for Healthy Trees”

A moral obligation to clean up the Chesapeake Bay

By Raymond Heil and Jodi Rose It’s sobering, but not surprising, to read that the Environmental Protection Agency has found that the pollution reduction goals identified in the 2010 Chesapeake Bay … Continue reading “A moral obligation to clean up the Chesapeake Bay”

Removing Invasive Vines at Loyola Blakefield

by Ray Heil As a practicing landscape architect, I’ve planted thousands of trees in my career.  Planting a tree is always a hopeful experience; we’ve always understood that if we … Continue reading “Removing Invasive Vines at Loyola Blakefield”

5 Rituals to Fall for in Autumn

And only one involves pumpkin spice… by Anne-Marie Bonneau The cooler weather brings with it many fall rituals. The following five will enrich your life while reducing waste. Leaving the … Continue reading “5 Rituals to Fall for in Autumn”

Candidates for Baltimore County Council Answer Questions about the Environment

We hope everyone will vote in the Primary Election on July 19. Last month, GTA emailed all of the candidates for County Council for the Councilmanic Districts around Towson- Districts … Continue reading “Candidates for Baltimore County Council Answer Questions about the Environment”