Stillmeadow Community Fellowship and its Peace Park are situated in the heart of the Beechfield and Irvington neighborhoods in southwest Baltimore City, Maryland. Through this 10 acre forest the Stillmeadow Community Fellowship seeks to provide a beautiful and meditative space for their community, a habitat for birds and other wildlife, and an educational experience for those who visit on the benefits of onsite management of storm water conservation and other sustainable landscaping. 

Nature Sacred and Stillmeadow Community Fellowship have embarked on a community centered master planning project for the Peace Park with intentional nodes and areas of discovery, including a contemplative setting for the Nature Sacred bench.

 

Design Team:

Zolna Russell, Nature Sacred Design Advisor, Floura Teeter

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