About the California Climate Trees Map
The CA Climate Trees Map highlights the important urban forestry work being funded by California’s Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund. The Map shows trees planted by more than two dozen nonprofit organizations and government agencies across California using the public cap-and-trade funds. You can search the map by species, location, grantee, and many other categories under the Advanced Search option.
The trees shown on the Map will provide Californians with environmental benefits for many years to come. They will sequester greenhouse gases, improve air and water quality, reduce energy conservation, provide habitat for wildlife, beautify our surroundings, and make our state a greener and healthier place to live. Newly planted trees are added quarterly as they are reported to the granting agencies.