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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 July 27 @ 10:00 am

Community Tree Care: Highland Dwellings

Highland Dwellings 520 Atlantic St SE

Community Tree Care: Highland Dwellings Help Casey Trees care for young trees! Your help with weeding, mulching and watering these vulnerable trees will give them a leg up in becoming …



Sat July 27 @ 12:00 pm

Friends of Anacostia Park: July Late Skate

Anacostia Park Skating Pavilion 1500 Anacostia Drive

Come get your skate on! Join Friends of Anacostia Park, the National Park Service, and other community partners for a day of music, recreation and kinship in DC’s most storied …



Fri August 2 @ 6:00 pm

Kennedy Center Outdoor Film Screening - Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax + Armenian Community Tree Planting Short Film

Join us for a fun forest film night with activities for all ages starting at 6pm on The REACH Plaza, followed at dusk by a short film by our partner …

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The 2023 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