District Department of the Environment’s Green DC Map

The District Department of the Environment’s (DDOE) new Green D.C. Map highlights D.C.’s environmental resources, including green buildings, bike share locations, farmers’ markets, community gardens, scenic walks and river restoration projects, with each venue attributed a specific icon. The print version showcases high profile sites that are easy to visit and also features information about Anacostia restoration initiatives, the Green D.C. Agenda and D.C.’s Climate Action Initiative. The online version uses a Google-based web platform and offers more sites and detailed information about each location. Users can customize the types of green venues and projects of particular interest and create their own trails and tours by selecting specific locations.

To use the map, visit www.green.dc.gov/map.

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