TREE HUGGERS & HIPPIES: A HISTORY OF PATAPSCO VALLEY ACTIVISM IN THE 1970'S

  • Dates: March 27, 2019
  • Time: 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Old Forester and City Planner, Jim Himel leads a conversation about how tree huggers and hippies stopped I-70 and I-195 cold, before they could destroy 2 premier Maryland parks.  And introduces a new concept to de-construct a 2 mile portion of I-895 along the south edge of the Patapsco State Park.  Old tree huggers and hippies are encouraged to bring and share their old photos and stories. Mark your calendars now to continue the good work with the Catonsville Tree Canopy Project at their Spring 2019 Tree Planting Saturday, April 6.

TREE HUGGERS & HIPPIES: A HISTORY OF PATAPSCO VALLEY ACTIVISM IN THE 1970'S