Campus Tree Inventory & Map
Interwoven into the campus landscape, among the daily activities of students and employees and the memories of proud alumni, are the more than 10,000 trees across the Virginia Tech's Blacksburg campus.
Like Hokie Stone-clad buildings, trees are enduring symbols of pride for the university community — steadfast, scenic, and integral to sustainability.
The campus tree inventory map includes identifying information for nearly 10,600 trees across the Virginia Tech campus, including tree type, species and origin details, height, and more. There are over 225 different tree species in the campus tree inventory.
All members of the university are invited to interact with the map and utilize for academic purposes.
Latest news involving trees on campus and the campus landscape:
- Removal of white oak tree - Seitz Hall - January 2020
- Tree preservation gets a boost with new university arborist
- Virginia Tech earns Tree Campus USA recognition
- Virginia Tech ranks No. 12 among The Princeton Review’s top 'Green Colleges' for 2019
- Campus tree inventory of more than 10,000 trees to aid 2018 Campus Master Plan
- New College of Natural Resources and Environment position to strengthen relationships with forestry industry
- Students spearhead new service event to plant thousands of trees