Patterson Park is known to its urban neighborhoods as “the best back yard in Baltimore.” Surrounded on all sides by densely populated urban neighborhoods, this 137-acre park has been valued and loved by the southeast Baltimore community for generations. Nature Sacred played a major part in the restoration of the 1864 Marble Fountain located at the park’s original entrance, and in the establishment of a new public space. The historic fountain serves as a community gathering place and focal point within the park, offering pause and respite through one of the many benches that sit back from and surround the sky-reaching fountain.

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Happening upon a Sacred Place

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A Drop-in to Patterson Park

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One garden. Two pandemics. A hundred years.

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