DC's biggest trees.The nation's capital wants to be known for its trees. The Casey Trees Endowment Fund Noun 1. endowment fund - the capital that provides income for an institution
patrimony - a church endowment
chantry - an endowment for the singing of Masses has launched a search for DC's biggest arboreal arboreal
pertaining to trees, treelike, tree-dwelling. treasures, urging residents to measure their trees and submit their findings to see how they stack up. The effort mirrors AMERICAN FORESTS' own National Register of Big Trees The National Register of Big Trees is a list of the largest living specimens of each tree variety found in the continental United States. A tree on this list is often called a National Champion Tree. (www.americanforests.org/resources/bigtrees).
Casey Trees recorded the measurements of all Washington's street trees back in 2002, even coming up with a map locating the city's biggest. But last Arbor arbor
Garden shelter providing privacy and partial protection from the weather, most commonly a lightweight, latticed framework (trellis) of wood or metal with interlaced branches of vines or climbing shrubs trained over it. Day, Fund officials measured another tree that ended up trumping trump 1
a. A suit in card games that outranks all other suits for the duration of a hand. Often used in the plural.
b. A card of such a suit.
c. A trump card.
2. them all. The regal white oak that graces the lawn of the Frederick Douglass House in Anacostia stands 100 feet tall and measures 148 inches around, making it the biggest tree measured so far.
Anacostia resident Diane Dale heads a project to plant a five-acre garden at Douglass's home. Deborah Gangloff, AMERICAN FORESTS' executive director, presented Dale with an offspring of the Frederick Douglass White Oak--from AMERICAN FORESTS' Famous & Historic Trees collection--to get the garden underway.