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Seattle Releases 2021 Tree Canopy Assessment Showing Slow Decline in Canopy Cover Between 2016 and 2021

Seattle, WA – The City of Seattle today released the final 2021 Tree Canopy Assessment showing the city has lost 255 acres of tree canopy since 2016 (an absolute decrease of .5% and 1.7% relative decline), an amount roughly equal to the size of Green Lake. Seattle’s 2021 tree canopy cover is… Filed Under: Climate Action, Greenspace, Protecting Seattle's TreesTagged With: , , , ,

Cool Tree Map Now Online

The Trees for Neighborhoods program helps Seattle residents plant trees around their homes. Since 2009, Trees for Neighborhoods has helped Seattle residents plant over 4,000 trees in their yards and right-of-ways. The program just released the Trees for Neighborhoods Tree Map. This interactive map overlays planting data with canopy cover… [ Keep reading ]

Get ready, get set – free trees!

Mark your calendars for Wednesday, July 31. The City’s annual Trees for Neighborhoods program kicks off with applications opening to request up to FOUR free trees for your yard. Not only do you get trees, but training, ongoing support and reminders on caring for your trees, and watering bags to… [ Keep reading ]