1. Urban Forestry Makes History

    By Chuck Mills   On June 15, 2014, the Legislature passed a state budget bill that includes $17.8 million for CAL FIRE’s Urban and Community Forestry (U&CF) Program.  Governor Brown is expected to sign this deal.   To the best of our knowledge, this is the largest single-state annual appropriation...
  2. Meet the Trees in All Policies Speakers

    At the end of February 2014, in both Northern and Southern California, California ReLeaf hosted “Trees in All Policies,” a workshop designed to teach participants how to deliver a message that drives home the importance of healthy urban forests to decision makers. We’re excited about our line up of great...
  3. Lessons Learned in Pennsylvania

    By Keith McAleer   It was a pleasure to represent Tree Davis at this year’s Partners in Community Forestry National Conference in Pittsburgh (a big thank you to California ReLeaf for making my attendance possible!).  The annual Partners conference is a unique opportunity for non-profits, arborists, public agencies, scientists and...
  4. WCISA Annual Conference: Call for Presentations

    Between climate change and the awakening economy, business is heating up for arborists. WCISA’s 79th Annual Conference wants to explore “hot topics” for arborists. Three tracks covering advanced arboriculture, a focus on palm trees and utility arboriculture offers something for everyone.   If you have expertise in new arboriculture techniques...
  5. Partners in Community Forestry Conference Heads to Sacramento

      The Partners in Community Forestry National Conference Heads to Sacramento, California   Register now and book your room for the 2012 Partners in Community Forestry National Conference, November 14-15, at the Sacramento Convention Center. Community forests continue to play an increasingly powerful role in the health and sustainability of...
  6. 2011 Conference

    The Conference Join municipal arborists, urban forest managers, landscape design professionals, planners, and non-profits from across California for this unique educational and networking experience in Palo Alto. With a focus on utilizing urban forestry to revitalize California’s communities, participants will leave the conference with tools to improve the areas where...
  7. Emerging Issues Along Urban-Rural Interfaces Conference

    Auburn University’s Center for Forest Sustainability will be hosting its 3rd interdisciplinary conference, “Emerging Issues Along Urban-Rural Interfaces: Linking Science and Society” at the Sheraton Atlanta, April 11-14, 2010. The overarching theme and goal of the conference is linking human dimensions aspects of urban/rural interfaces with ecological aspects of urban/rural interfaces. The Center believes...
  8. Urban Forest Conference a Success

    The 2009 California Urban Forest Conference: “What Now? What Next? A New Direction for Urban and Community Forestry”  was a great success. Over 100 participants filled the conference room in Ventura as Andy Lipkis, President of TreePeople, delivered the keynote address “Engaging Nature and Community for Safe, Healthy and Resilient Cities”. Participants...
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