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November is a month filled with transformation. The days shorten and the cold begins to linger. And yet, throughout the month, new green will appear. With the help of over 500 volunteers, trees will be planted throughout the city, transforming parks, community centers, schools and more. Read about the transformation Casey Trees is sparking in this month’s issue of The Leaflet
Casey Trees maintains an online presence through its blog, Tree Speak, which includes unique content focusing on Casey Trees programs and general urban forestry. The latest Tree of the Month post was published, highlighting the beautiful southern magnolia. Also, follow Casey Trees in real time through our Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Casey Trees and its experts are sources for many print, broadcast and online news outlets. Recently, Casey Trees advocacy actions were recognized as public commentary by Maisie Hughes was cited in a Washington Post article about Broad Branch Road rehabilitation. For answers to specific questions or to set up an interview with a Casey Trees staff member, contact Casey Manning at 202.349.1902 or by email.