What is the California ReLeaf Network?
The California ReLeaf Network was formed in 1991 as a statewide forum for exchange, education, and mutual support for community-based organizations that share the common goals of planting and protecting trees, fostering an ethic of environmental stewardship, and promoting volunteer involvement.
Who are the Network members?
Network members vary from small groups of dedicated individuals, working after hours to improve their communities, to well-established nonprofit organizations with paid staff. Activities range from planting and caring for urban trees to restoring native oak habitat and riparian areas; from advocating better tree pruning practices and helping cities develop progressive tree policies to raising public awareness of the benefits of healthy urban forests.
How much are the membership dues?
The ReLeaf Network membership dues are $120 annually. This is a suggested amount. Members can pay their annual fee here:
Thanks to everyone who came to our 2016 ReLeaf Network Leadership Workshop!
We had such a great time learning with you. Click here to watch video recordings of all the workshop talks!
Save Our Water and Our Trees!
California ReLeaf has partnered with SaveOurWater.com and other collaborators (like you!) to help educate and inform the public on how to best care for trees during the drought — even as the weather cools. Click here to learn what you can do to help as a Network Member.
Please note: California ReLeaf, the organization that sponsors the Network, is not itself a membership organization. Membership in the Network, therefore, does not constitute membership in California ReLeaf.