August 20, 2018 /
Jona Elwell

Trees 101: Learn Something New and Different

Do you want to play a greater role in re-treeing D.C.? Curious about an eye catching tree on your block? Tired of green spaces always getting shafted? We need your help to protect and promote trees in our urban forest!

Trees 101 provides a foundation in tree anatomy, basic tree identification and an overview of how trees function to provide the benefits we enjoy in the urban forest. It is also the first step in becoming a Casey Trees Citizen Forester (already attended Trees 101 and want to take your volunteering to the next level? Register for our Team Leader Training on September 5!).

Citizen Foresters turn this knowledge into action by helping:

  • Plant, prune, mulch and water trees in all 8 wards.
  • Monitor the health of the urban forest through tree inventories.
  • Educate others on the importance of trees by staffing informational booths at farmers’ markets and local festivals.
  • Advocate for trees whenever and wherever possible.

We can’t wait to have you join our community of empowered Citizen Foresters!

Register now!

You do not need any previous Casey Trees or Tree related knowledge or experience to attend this workshop, but space is limited so advance registration is required. If you’ve already attended Trees 101, consider looking into classes, plantings, inventories, or events to get involved.

The nitty gritty:

Location: Kenilworth Recreation Center | 1300 44th St NE, Washington D.C. 20019

Meals: All attendees will be provided with coffee in the morning and lunch in the afternoon. Please note your dietary restrictions and/or allergies when registering so we can attempt to accommodate your needs.