We create interactive and print maps. Our interactive maps use the Green Map® System's online global mapmaking tool,
Open Green Map, officially launched June 5, 2009. We are creating maps ranging from regional to neighborhood in scale.
Our most comprehensive map, Baltimore Regional Green Map features over 450 sites thus far. You can help build
its content by nominating a site adding pictures or comments. You can also engage with our
Baltimore Recycle, Reuse, Share or Charles Village/Greenmount/Waverly Green Maps, both of which welcome new site nominations and comments.
to launch Baltimore Regional Green Map in a larger window.
Green Map web site is a starting point
for your personal exploration of sustainable
living. It does not
purport to represent all things green in the
Baltimore region and is for informational
purposes only. While every effort has been
made to be accurate and reliable, changes are
inevitable. Please send updates and suggestions
target more limited areas and themes and capture them at a particular point in time.
Our newest map is the Druid Hill Park Green Map. It made its debut at the park's 150th anniversary celebration.
The Jones Falls Trail
Green Map, our first print map, was issued
in September 2008. We are currently raising money to revise and reprint it in time for the opening of the next phase of the trail.
pdf format to
these print maps.
Falls Trail Green Map, our first print map, shows
resources in the Jones Falls Watershed within
Baltimore City Limits.
- Druid Hill Park Green
Learn more about the amazing resource we have
in Baltimore's central park. We request a donation if you
download this map. It helps us to fund future projects!
Towson University Green Map Project
Through collaboration with Assistant Professor Jessica Ring and her graphic design students, five thematic Towson Green Maps were produced. Read about the process and see the results from this
in Spring 2009 project.