What Is Your Tree Canopy Cover? | KCET
What Is Your Tree Canopy Cover?
Live in Los Angeles? If so, you can use this interactive map to determine how much tree canopy cover your city council district has.
Make the map full screen to search an address using this tool.
The data represented by this map was taken from a 2008 study by the USDA Forest Service. Council district boundaries have changed since this assessment was first taken, however, this map shows the boundaries as they were at the time of the study.
Want something more visual? Check out our aerial video comparing the different tree rich and tree poor neighborhoods.
This story is part of a special report exploring tree canopies in Southern California. Learn more about tree canopy coverage and what local organizations are doing to encourage communities to participate in tree planting initiatives at socalconnected.org/treecanopy.
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