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The Growing Home Campaign

Greening Begins in Your Own Backyard
Increasing Tree Canopy One Tree at a Time

This is a home in the Rodgers Forge community.
This is a photo of a house with trees in Charlesmeade.

The Growing Home Campaign provides homeowners with education about the multiple benefits of planting trees and a $10 savings on the purchase of qualifying trees.

Learn more about the Growing Home Campaign below or download the four-page Growing Home Campaign Brochure (PDF) and $10 Growing Home Campaign Tree Coupon (PDF) to use when purchasing your qualifying tree from a participating nursery and garden center retailer.

The Growing Home program is an innovative way homeowners can help increase the tree canopy in our region. The Growing Home Campaign is a public - private partnership between Baltimore County, Baltimore City, Harford County, local retail nurseries and garden centers and homeowners to encourage planting new trees on private residential land.

The Growing Home Campaign offers $10 off qualifying trees.The logo about Tree Baltimore program.

Learn how each of us can do something to help improve our environment by planting a tree in our own yard.

Plant Your Own Tree

Further Information

Baltimore County Department of Environmental Protection & Sustainability
Diana Cohen, Coordinator, Growing Home Campaign
Phone: 410-887-4488 ext. 287
Fax Number: 410-887-3510
E-mail Address:

The Growing Home Campaign is coordinated by Baltimore County Department of Environmental Protection and Sustainability and is made possible with the support of our partners.

Sponsors of the Growing Home campaign.

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