Right Tree, Right Place Program

We're offering 250 trees on a first come first serve basis to District of Columbia homeowners through our "Right Tree Right Place" tree planting program. This is a pilot project with Casey Trees, a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit committed to restoring and protecting the tree canopy of the nation's capital.

You can request up to two trees through our online form and schedule a consultation visit with Casey Trees to ensure that the optimal trees and planting sites are chosen for your property. Casey Trees then will plant your selected trees during the spring or fall planting seasons. There is a $50 co-pay per tree payable to Casey Trees ($250 value per tree for consultation and planting), which is required prior to planting.

For more program details, please read our Right Tree, Right Place Program fact sheet. This pilot is open to District residents only.

To request your tree, fill out and submit this form. Please note that an * indicates that the information is required. Providing us with your account number will expedite the time necessary to process your request.

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