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  • Our mission is to restore, enhance, and protect the tree canopy of our nation’s capital.

  • With our partners and thousands of local volunteers, we plant 6000+ trees every year to reach our collective goal of 40% tree canopy by 2032.

  • We’re currently at 37% tree canopy. Donate today to help us reach 40%.

Advocate with Casey Trees

Advocacy is at the heart of our planning. Through advocacy, we share our voice and push for better policies to support and protect trees.

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Plant in your Neighborhood

Work with our certified arborists on a custom planting, pruning, or landscape design project. We bring an objective, inclusive viewpoint to our clients—ensuring trees’ safety, health, and preservation.

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Upcoming Events



Sat February 24 @ 10:00 am

Tree Walk at Kingman Island

Kingman Island 2615 Benning Rd NE

Join Casey Trees and forester Sam Nelson for a tree-focused nature walk on Kingman Island on Saturday, February 24th! Together, we’ll identify trees as we move from winter to spring, …



Thu March 7 @ 8:30 am

Community Tree Planting: Banneker Recreation Center

Banneker Recreation Center 2500 Georgia Ave NW

Join Casey Trees as we partner with the Washington Wizards and Robinhood Markets Inc. to plant trees at Banneker Recreation Center! Join Casey Trees as we partner with the Washington …



Sat March 9 @ 8:30 am

Community Tree Planting: Armed Forces Retirement Home

Armed Forces Retirement Home 140 Rock Creek Church Rd NW

Join us in planting trees at Armed Forces Retirement Home! Welcome back to our spring season of Community Tree Plantings! You provide the volunteers, we provide all the necessary tools …

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The 2022 Tree Report Card

The Tree Report Card is Casey Trees’ annual evaluation of DC’s urban forest. It looks at where our successes have been over the past year and highlights where improvements can be made.

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trees of the urban forest, near homes on residential streets