• Local wildflowers entice walkers

    Local wildflowers entice walkers

    Baltimore Woods’ 7-acre meadow is blooming with an assortment of native wildflowers that can easily be viewed from the gravel path through the corridor. Walkers can start a stroll on N. Decatur at N. Baltimore, or at N. Decatur at N. Catlin. Or for a shorter walk, you can enter the meadow directly at N.…

  • Growing Baltimore Woods

    Growing Baltimore Woods

    The Friends of Baltimore Woods (FoBW) are delighted to announce the acquisition of almost an acre parcel nicknamed the Acorn site near the North Reno entrance of the Baltimore Woods Natural Area. The site is adjacent to the future npGreenway Trail alignment on two sides.  Although the property has been neglected for several years and…

  • Little Root preschoolers learn how to care for nature

    Little Root preschoolers learn how to care for nature

    On February 10, over a dozen preschoolers gathered in a grove of maple trees in Baltimore Woods corridor with parents, teachers and volunteers. The day was clear, though chilly—perfect weather for the little workers to plant shade-loving natives with help from their parents and Friends of Baltimore Woods’ volunteers. Each child, outfitted from head to…