Advocacy Works: Climate Ready DC
Climate change experts are predicting hotter summers and heavier rains in Washington, D.C. Research shows that trees increase climate change resilience. During the public engagement period, Casey Trees staff and volunteers worked with the city to identify how trees could be incorporated into the plan as a management tool.
Tree Report Card 2017
We're proud to announce that D.C.'s trees had a terrific year. Our Tree Report Card, the only independent assessment of D.C.’s trees on both public and private lands, was launched today and gave the nation’s capital an A for 2017.
i-Tree Ecosystem Analysis
i-Tree Ecosystem Analysis reveals the structure, function and value of urban forests. Trees provide enormous benefits to human health and the environment. Those natural woody plants…
The Tree Report Card 2016
I’m extraordinarily pleased to convey, in this our 9th annual Tree Report Card, an increase in D.C.’s tree canopy from 36 to 38 percent, bringing us within 2 points of the city’s 40 percent goal.
The Urban Tree Selection Guide
This Urban Tree Selection Guide provides key information for selecting trees suitable for landscapes in the urban Mid-Atlantic. This region includes Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia and…
Citizen Advocate Handbook
The award-winning Citizen Advocate Handbook is designed to empower District residents to stand up, speak out, and fight for D.C.’s trees. Loaded with sample comments and…
Trees & Income
This report addresses three questions: How is tree canopy distributed across the district? Where are changes in canopy from 2006 to 2011 geographically distributed? Who lives near the changes occurring in D.C.'s urban forest?
Tree Space Design: Growing the Tree out of the Box
Tree Space Design: Growing the Tree Out of the Box covers design recommendations to provide street trees with adequate soil volume while maintaining sufficient space for…