American Elm Plantings Map
Since 2003, Casey Trees has been reintroducing the American elm to D.C.’s streets through its American Elm Restoration program. As of March 2011, we have planted 2,034 disease tolerant American elm cultivars.
While American elms have been added to all eight wards, most restoration efforts have been concentrated along American elm designated corridors such as Massachusetts Avenue NW and Constitution Avenue NE. Planting locations are determined by the District’s Urban Forestry Administration.
Click on individual points on the map to view Street View or find out the size of the tree (DBH – diameter at breast height). You can also zoom and pan the map to explore our planting sites throughout D.C. If you are on a mobile phone or tablet, try a full-screen version of this map.