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The shape of the forests at Baltimore Woods is intimately tied to the lifestyles of all the people who came before. Join Baltimore Woods Naturalist Tom Meier on a video journey through time to take an inspiring look at the history of the preserve and the ever-changing relationships between people and the land, as told through the long memories of trees. This program is designed for audiences of all ages and is free to watch. Donations are always appreciated.

Register for Watch If These Trees Could Talk!

How it Works:

1. When you register, on the final payment screen, please be sure to enter the email address where you would like to receive the link to view the program.

2. After completing your registration process, open your email to find an electronic receipt from Baltimore Woods Nature Center. Scroll down to find the bright yellow box with the link to view the video directly from Vimeo.

3. This program runs from October 1st through October 31st. You can sign up any time during that window and watch the video as many times as you like!

4. If you have any technical difficulties, just contact us at connect@baltimorewoods.org and we’ll help you!

We are pleased to continue to offer virtual program experiences for our community to have engaging experiences with nature and stay connected with the Baltimore Woods preserve and staff no matter where you are! These programs take our education team significant time and effort to produce and if you can support us with a donation, it is greatly appreciated. Our typical in-person programs run at $9 per person, and if you are able, we suggest a donation of $10 per household for this virtual program experience. In light of these challenging times, we understand that not everyone will be able to make a contribution, and that others may be able to help support our environmental education programming with a larger donation – no gift is too small, and we thank you for your support!

Visit our website where you’ll find more videos , activities, and interactive content on our Nature in Your Hands at Home page.

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