We are starting to see the signs of spring across the state, with some of our street and urban trees coming into flower and the buds of new growth appearing. This month, we will be helping to provide new growth in several urban forests across the state, by planting...
Happy New Year. Did you make any of the following new year’s resolutions?
– be more involved in my community
– take actions to help the environment and combat climate change
– join a group that advocates for trees and healthy communities
– make a career change
2018 California Urban Forestry Awards Call for nominations – deadline August 10, 2018 The California Urban Forests Council is eager to accept your nominations for the 2018 California Urban Forestry Awards.These awards celebrate excellence in California...
SPRINGING INTO ACTION… Spring has been a busy season for the California Urban Forests Council. As part of our 50th birthday celebrations, we have set a goal of 50-for-50; a combination of hosting events and workshops, creating new education and outreach...
San Diego Regional Urban Forests Council April 5th Meeting Reminder Our Vision: Create a cleaner, healthier and more prosperous San Diego by investing in urban trees. Next meeting Info: Our April 5th meeting will be held at: City of San Diego Balboa Park Club: Santa...
Submission Deadline: April 3rd, 2017 The Society of Municipal Arborists (SMA) will hold its 53rd Annual International Urban Forestry Conference and Trade Show on November 14th, 2017 in Tulsa, OK. Pre-conference workshops will be held on Monday, November 13th, 2017 in...
In the second half of the legislative session, the Governor, the Assembly, and the Senate are continuing to deliberate.
– 2016 Urban Forestry Conference
– Opportunity for Sierra Club member
– Lunch workshops in Sacramento
– Member update
CalFire Urban and Community Forestry has released the Guidelines and the Request for Proposals for their Cap-and-Trade Grant Program.
Over $17 million in cap-and-trade revenues will go the the CalFire Urban Forestry Program.
The Legislature passed the FY 14/15 State Budget including $17 million for Urban Forestry.
Many years of hard work and investment with all of our partners and friends has paid off!