Maps

Conservation Easements Storymap

To stem the loss of green space, Casey Trees’ Save our Soil program preserves green space in conservation easements. Conservation easements are partnerships with public or private landowners that keep land green forever. Through a legal agreement that can be tailored to meet the needs of each unique property, Casey Trees ensures these spaces remain …

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D.C. Parks Storymaps

Banneker Recreation Center Serving as a haven for enlisted soldiers during World War II, a hub for black families during segregation, and the site of the nation’s first black pride festival, Banneker Recreation has been at the heart of many of D.C.’s social and political events. Today, it is one of the city’s most popular …

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D.C. Blossoming Tree Map

Many trees from the American Linden to the magnolia produces gorgeous flowers and blossoms! Now to figure out where to find these majestic blooms. We’ve made it easy and updated our Blossoming Tree Map! Check it out:

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D.C. Tree Watering Map

Ever wonder which trees need watering? DDOT Trees was formed to keep the District’s street canopy healthy, safe, and growing and they need your help. DDOT Tree Watering Map

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D.C. Fall Colors Map

We built a map of the top five showy fall color trees in D.C. – the ginkgo, sweetgum, blackgum, linden and golden rain tree. Changing leaf color makes it even easier to identify them. Use this map to go out and design routes around dense areas of colorful trees. View Full Screen

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D.C. Street Trees Map

DDOT’s Urban Forestry Division (UFD) is keeper of Washington DC’s ~145,000 street trees and have created this map of the street trees to help the public understand the forest that surrounds them. Trees are shown as green circles, sized according to their size in diameter. Open tree spaces are displayed as blue circles. Zoom in …

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D.C. i-Tree Ecosystem Analysis Map

i-Tree is a suite of tools developed by the U.S. Forester Service that allows communities and researchers to calculate the dollar value of their urban canopies. Every five years Casey Trees collects data on 201 plots throughout the District using U.S. Forest Service protocols. The map below shows the number of trees, carbon removal, carbon …

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D.C. Tree Inventory Map

Tour the city and its trees for their ecosystem benefits and contributions to the District’s canopy. Casey Trees and citizen scientists have been working their way through parks across D.C. to quantify the state of our urban forest. Over the past couple of years, we have inventoried thousands of trees stretching across national monuments, recreation …

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D.C. Cherry Tree Map

Celebrate D.C.’s cherry trees without setting foot on the National Mall. So, are you dying to see a cherry tree without being surrounded by people? Find cherry trees in your neighborhood with our handy cherry tree map of D.C.

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Casey Tree Dedications Map

The Tree Dedication Map is our way of publicly acknowledging these special commemorative gifts. By clicking on a particular tree, you can see the name of the honoree as well as the date, location, and tree species of each dedication. View Full Screen Learn more about our Tree Dedication program.

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