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Casey Trees: Organization & Programs

A collection of resources from the Casey Trees organization in Washington, DC.

Collected By: Dudley R. Hartel 06/29/2007

The State of Our Trees: The Status and Health Of the Street Trees Of Washington DC
"The information presented here about the street trees of Washington, D.C. is the most detailed ever assembled. The findings come from careful measurements and observations made and digitally recorded in the field last summer by nearly 500 trained volunteers, students and Casey Trees staff who canvassed the existing trees and empty planting spaces along 955 miles of city streets.
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Casey Trees
The work of Casey Trees "is to restore, enhance, and protect the tree canopy of the Nation's Capital." [Mission Statement]
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Green Build-out Model: Project Summary
"The Green Build-out Model is a planning tool that quantifies the cumulative stormwater management benefits of trees and green roofs for different coverage scenarios across the District of Columbia.
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The Green Build-out Model: Quantifying the Stormwater Management Benefits of Trees and Green Roofs in Washington, DC
"The Green Build-out Model is a planning tool that quantifies the cumulative stormwater management benefits of trees and green roofs for different coverage scenarios across the District of Columbia. It calculates potential reductions in stormwater runoff within the municipal separate storm sewer system (MS4) and the combined sewer system (CSS) that contribute to water quality impairment in the Nation’s capital."
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Sub-Topics
Organizations (NGO), Urban Forest Management
State(s)/Region(s)
District of Columbia
Keywords
Leaf characteristics, NGO, Green infrastructure
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