A screenshot of BNIA-JFI's new interactive map.
Food co-ops, horseshoe pits and adopted lots are just a few of the open spaces being tracked by a new interactive map released in November.
The map was assembled by the Baltimore Neighborhood Indicators Alliance-Jacob France Institute (with help from the Urban Waters Federal Partnership) to “help governmental and non-governmental organizations better coordinate and monitor ‘greening’ activities in neighborhoods all across the city,” according to a press release. It pulls information on Baltimore city’s green and open spaces from five different groups:
- Baltimore Green Space
- Parks and People
- Master Gardeners
- Johns Hopkins University’s Center for a Livable Future
- City of Baltimore’s Power in Dirt project
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