1. ReLeaf Network Retreat 2017: Overview

    Hi everyone! Thank you very much for coming to the ReLeaf Network Retreat and doing the hokey-pokey with us – putting your whole selves in and listening intentionally to become visionaries and even better catalysts for change while supporting communities through trees, tree care jobs, and more funding for greener,...
  2. How to Use ReLeaf’s Twitter Lists

    Have you ever used Twitter Lists? Lists are an AMAZING way to filter which tweets you’re scanning. For example, you can click on the ReLeaf Network list (once you’ve subscribed to our list) and then you’ll see only ReLeaf Network member organization posts. A good way to check out any...
  3. Leading A Legacy: Diversity in Environmental Leadership

    From our Spring/Summer 2015 California Trees newsletter: By Genoa Barrow Leaves come in a myriad of shapes and shades, but those tasked with protecting and preserving them don’t reflect the same diversity, according to a recent study. “The State of Diversity in Environmental Organizations: Mainstream NGOs, Foundations, Government Agencies” conducted...
  4. Another Big Budget Year for Trees!

    by Chuck Mills I recently learned while watching television – the definitive device for expanding one’s education – that three well-respected dictionaries included alternate definitions of the word literally in 2013 that essentially amount to “being taken figuratively.” This is my reason #827 for not having kids: they will speak...
  5. Job Opening: Tree Care Manager at TreePeople

    Know any blossoming urban forest leaders? TreePeople, one California ReLeaf’s largest Network Members, is hiring! Click here to learn more about TreePeople. JOB TITLE: Tree Care Manager REPORTS TO: Forestry Projects Senior Manager SUMMARY: TreePeople’s Forestry Programs inspire, train, and support the residents of the greater Los Angeles area as...
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