Tag: waterfront partnership of baltimore

Mixed improvements recorded in Baltimore’s waterways in 2017, including less poop, per new report

Mr. Trash Wheel collects waste at the mouth of the Jones Falls. Photo by Nick Normal, via Flickr.

In a very welcome change from 2016, fecal bacteria levels improved drastically in many areas of Baltimore’s harbor and streams, according to findings published today by the nonprofit Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore. Still, it remains to be seen if that’s part of a larger trend.

Move Over Volleyball, and Make Way for Wheelbarrow Races: Rash Field Day Set to Close Out July

Rash Field
Rash Field

catch of the day fish (2)Rash Field is still in the planning stages for some major renovations, but a new era is already beginning at the park below Federal Hill.

Why These Big Blue Steel Hearts Just Appeared Around Inner Harbor

Soon, these sculptures will display suggested etiquette guidelines for all who enjoy the Inner Harbor. Photo credit: Alexey Ikonomou

If you walked along the Inner Harbor yesterday you might have noticed couples posing for pictures in a big blue steel heart. Though bare of words today, very soon the Inner Harbor Project’s long-awaited Code of Respect (see below) will be etched into the heart sculptures.

Waterfront Wellness Expands Harbor Fitness Classes to Weeknights


Waterfront Wellness 2catch of the day fish (2)Eating and drinking are plenty reason head for the harbor, but one summer offering provides a chance to burn it off by the water, as well.

Summer Socials Offer Free Friday Music on the Waterfront


waterfrontpartOn a summer Friday afternoon, mysterious frequencies tell our brains to head straight for the water’s edge. Fortunately, the Waterfront Partnership is offering a gathering point, complete with live music.