Events

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Events

Pocket-Greenhaven Hands On Pruning Workshop

Robbie Waters Pocket-Greenhaven Library

Saturday, January 20 11:00A - 1:30P

Learn how to prune young shade trees for strong and attractive structure from a Sacramento Tree Foundation Certified Arborist. Quick, simple steps you can take now to help your young shade trees grow healthy and beautiful will save you time and money in the future.

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Workday at Bear River Habitat Trail

Bear River Habitat Trail, Yuba County

Saturday, January 20 9:00A - 12:30P

Please join the Sacramento Tree Foundation in planting, weeding, and mulching the thousands of native plants our volunteers have planted along the Bear River Habitat Trail in Yuba County since January 2016. This area will not only provide critical habitat for wildlife, but will also serve as a beautiful, shaded walking/biking path that will connect neighborhoods in the city of Plumas Lake.

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River Park Hands On Pruning Workshop

Fremont Presbyterian Church, Geneva Room

Saturday, January 27 9:00A - 11:30A

Learn how to prune young shade trees for strong and attractive structure from a Sacramento Tree Foundation Certified Arborist. Quick, simple steps you can take now to help your young shade trees grow healthy and beautiful will save you time and money in the future. This workshop includes an indoor classroom portion at Fremont Presbyterian Church, followed by outdoor field training in the River Park neighborhood practicing pruning in small groups on young trees (tools provided).

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Planting at Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge

Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge

Saturday, January 27 9:00A - 12:30P

Get dirty with us as we reforest a portion of Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge by planting native seedlings along the edge of reclaimed agricultural lands! With your help, we hope to plant 200+ new tree seedlings which will eventually provide critical habitat for local wildlife. This is a great event for everyone!

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NeighborWoods Planting at Elder Creek Elementary

Elder Creek Elementary School

Saturday, January 27 8:45A - 1:00P

Join the Sacramento Tree Foundation as we spend a beautiful winter morning canopying the campus of Elder Creek Elementary School through our NeighborWoods initiative. Winter is the perfect time to fill the campus with 18 more shade trees and mulch its existing trees so they remain strong, vibrant, and healthy for years to come.

Please arrive at 8:45am so that we're ready to start planting by 9:00am. 

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Arden Park Hands On Pruning Workshop

Arden Park Community Center

Saturday, February 3 9:00A - 11:30A

Learn how to prune young shade trees for strong and attractive structure from a Sacramento Tree Foundation Certified Arborist. Quick, simple steps you can take now to help your young shade trees grow healthy and beautiful will save you time and money in the future.This workshop includes an indoor classroom portion at the Arden Park Community Center, followed by outdoor field training in the Arden Park neighborhood practicing pruning in small groups on young trees (tools provided).

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Community Planting Leader Orientation

Sacramento Tree Foundation Office

Saturday, February 3 10:00A - 12:00P

Join our team of Community Planting Leaders (CPLs) in growing and protecting the best urban forest in the nation! At this orientation, you'll learn about the Sacramento Tree Foundation's mission and programs, how to effectively lead volunteers at tree planting and care events, and what being a CPL for habitat restoration or urban tree planting projects involves going forward. CPLs commit to supporting at least 1 event per month October through May. For more information about the CPL program, visit http://sactree.com/CPL

You must have volunteered at a tree planting or care event to be eligible to attend the orientation for CPLs.

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Learn at Lunch: The Significance of Schools Grounds

Sacramento Tree Foundation Office

Thursday, February 8 11:30A - 1:00P

The California Urban Forest Council, Sacramento Region Chapter “Learn at Lunch” series provides advanced educational opportunities for urban forestry professionals and the public. This month, Professor Sullivan will present a lively discussion of how the built environment impacts human health and wellbeing; and how we can create settings that promote health and wellness for individuals, families, and our community.

Lunch will not be provided; please bring your own lunch.  

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Hollywood Park Neighborhood's Ask A Tree Expert

Jointed Cue Billiards

Saturday, February 10 10:30A - 12:30A

Join the Hollywood Park community as we chat with Sacramento Tree Foundation arborist Pamela Sanchez. Attendees are welcome to bring all questions that they may have about their trees. Learn how to care for, water, hire a contractor, or decide when to prune. This event is a part of our new Hollywood Park NeighborWoods project, though all are welcome to attend regardless of whether they live in the Hollywood Park area or not.

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Workday at Bear River Habitat Trail

Bear River Habitat Trail, Yuba County

Saturday, February 17 9:00A - 12:30P

Please join the Sacramento Tree Foundation in planting, weeding, and mulching the thousands of native plants our volunteers have planted along the Bear River Habitat Trail in Yuba County since January 2016. This area will not only provide critical habitat for wildlife, but will also serve as a beautiful, shaded walking/biking path that will connect neighborhoods in the city of Plumas Lake.

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NeighborWoods Planting at Fern Bacon Middle School

Fern Bacon Middle School

Saturday, March 17 8:45A - 1:00P

Join the Sacramento Tree Foundation as we celebrate California Arbor Week by canopying the campus of Fern Bacon Middle School. Spring is the perfect time to fill the campus with 60 more shade trees and mulch its existing trees so they remain strong, vibrant, and healthy for years to come.

Please arrive at 8:45am so that we’re ready to start planting by 9:00am.

There is plenty of parking available in the school parking lot and in front of the school on Cuny Ave.

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Learn at Lunch: Wildlife Best Management Practices for the Tree Care Industry in California

Sacramento Tree Foundation Office

Thursday, June 14 11:30A - 1:00P

The Tree Care for Birds and Wildlife project is a state-wide effort that began in 2015 to enhance habitat through tree care practices. The project's key strategic approach is to develop Best Management Practices for specialized training and certification for tree care specialists in California. This talk is led by Ryan M. Gilpin, Environmental Analyst for HortScience.

 

Lunch will not be provided; please bring your own lunch.

Please contact Anne Fenkner at anne.fenkner@davey.com to RSVP.

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Are you wondering if the tree planting you are registered for is still taking place due to inclement weather?

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(916) 974-4318