Branch Avenue in Bloom. 
	A new initiative to reinvigorate Branch Avenue at Naylor Road and the Saint Barnabas road Commercial corridor.
As defined by the Main Street Four Point Approach, Design means getting Main Street into top physical shape and creating a safe, inviting environment for shoppers, workers, and visitors. Through beautification and improvement of local assets, BAIB has been supporting and developing physical assets that bring more value to the Branch Avenue commercial corridor. Provided on this page our BAIB's Design based projects.
Branch Avenue In Bloom Farmers' Market
According to USDA's food dessert locator, our target area in Temple Hills, MD is designated as a food desert. For five seasons, the BAIB Farmers' Market has provided the residents of the Branch Avenue community with fresh, locally grown foods. The Farmers' Market initially began in 2011 through the BAIB Design Committee and ended its final season in 2015. With a no cost fee to vend, the farmers' market served as an incubator for start ups and small businesses. From holiday festivals to back to school drives, the farmers' market added a wrinkle to the recreational activities of the Branch Avenue community.

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Branch Avenue In Bloom Urban Farm
The construction of the Branch Avenue In Bloom Urban Farm tells a story of what innovations can be made possible when county, state and community come together for a greater cause. After 40 plus years of existing as an abandoned road, a once local dumping site is now open as a free, functional greenspace. Through funding and volunteering, the completion of the Urban Farm was a full team effort. Community residents and local commercial partners worked with the BAIB staff to plant trees, fill raised beds, and additional landscaping projects.

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Clean Up, Green Up
Clean Up, Green Up is a county wide initiative(initiated by Prince George's County Executive Rushern Baker III) designed to keep communities cleaner and greener by conducting individual neighborhood plantings and beautification activities. With the assistance of volunteers and business owners, BAIB has been facilitating Clean Up, Green Up for the Branch Avenue commercial corridor since 2011.