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The Rawlings Conservatory in Baltimore. Image: Stonehill Farm
Over the weekend President Trump wrote some really nasty/racist things about our neighboring city of Baltimore. A city that we know to be beautiful and full of cultural activities that rival any other metro area. In fact, one of the coolest things about Baltimore is the myriad of parks and gardens that you’ll find there. From Sherwood Gardens to the Rawlings Conservatory, Baltimore is teeming with verdant spaces and stunning spots to literally help us all stop and smell the roses. Baltimore is also home to our favorite “plant doctor” and major source of Insta-inspiration, Hilton Carter, whose awesome book has helped me (Miro) make my thumb a little greener. We’re thinking of you Baltimore, your people, and encourage all our readers to go visit Charm City!
by Ashira Morris, ODP Staff Writer Nearly 3 million acres of federal land could gain new protections after the House of Representatives passed a major conservation bill last Friday. The bill, called the Protecting America’s Wilderness and Public Lands Act, rolls together eight bills previously introduced. If passed in the Senate, it would: Designate 1.5 […]
by Amy Lupica, ODP Staff Writer A new study may reveal the mystery behind violently exploding craters in the Siberian tundra. Last year, a 17th massive permafrost crater cracked open in the Russian arctic; the first was spotted in 2013, leaving scientists searching for a reason as to why it had appeared. The craters, the most recent 100 […]
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