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Asheville Tree Map

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Yearly economic impact summary

Total Trees
6,437
Total Benefts
$141,978.92 saved
Carbon dioxide stored
1,467,493 lbs CO2 stored

 
$220,022.26 saved
Greenhouse Gas Benefits
1,302,475 lbs CO2 reduced

 
$27,699.68 saved
Water Benefits
$7,514,152 gallons conserved

 
75,141.52 saved
Energy Benefits
778,108 kWh conserved

 
$39,123.87 saved
Air Quality Benefits
9,151 lbs pollutants reduced

 
$13.85 saved

5 Most Recent Trees

Our database of trees comes from public records and citizen foresters like you. Your help will make it better.

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Jackson Park
Tree species
Eastern Redbud
Updated by
cecilbothwell
image description Neighborhood
Buncombe County
Tree species
Plum
Updated by
lindenblaisus
image description Neighborhood
Buncombe County
Tree species
Chinese Fir
Updated by
lindenblaisus
image description Neighborhood
Buncombe County
Tree species
American Beech
Updated by
wherley
image description Neighborhood
Buncombe County
Tree species
Flowering Dogwood
Updated by
lindenblaisus

 How to use the Asheville Tree Map

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Login: Login using your Asheville Tree Map user name (login) or Sign up for a Asheville Tree map user name (login). Go »

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Find a tree: Search for the trees near you. Find trees that bear edible fruits and nuts or those with beautiful flowers. Search for the biggest trees in your neighborhood -- then go visit them! Go »

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Add a tree: The Asheville Tree Map grows as citizen foresters like you add trees. Show a tree's location by putting a dot on the map, then provide as much information as you can. Go »

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Edit a tree: Check out the facts about the trees around you and update when you can. Don't forget to add alerts! With your help, we'll track changes in the urban forest and watch it grow. Go »

5 most Recent photos from users