Updates

What’s new at ReLeaf, and an archive of our grants, press, events, resources and more

Job announcement from Los Angeles Beautification Team

From Los Angeles Beautification Team: LABT is a community-based nonprofit who plants and cares for trees across many communities. We are seeking a tree planter. Experienced Tree Planter with general arboriculture knowledge Valid CA Driver’s License with good driving...

Tell Us What You Think & Join Our Learn Over Lunch

Please Complete Network Surveys These surveys are critical to helping us understand the needs of the Network, develop our programming, share our collective impact, and direct funding and awareness to community groups and nonprofits. Thank you for taking a few minutes...

Addressing Racial and Environmental Injustice

Addressing Racial and Environmental Injustice

The brutal and unsettling images that have captured headlines and sparked outrage in populations around the globe this month force us to recognize that, as a nation, we are still failing to guarantee everyone the basic human rights and equality of Dr. King’s Dream and...

Virtual ReLeaf Network Retreat

Virtual ReLeaf Network Retreat

Thank you, everyone, who attended our Virtual Network Retreat. We hope you had a great time and learned a lot. We loved getting to see your faces and connect with everyone who attended during the breakout sessions. Check out the videos below if you want to watch...

2020 Retreat: Online Meditation Resources

Resources Recommended by Nikki Insight Meditation Center website Happy Hour, practicing Loving-Kindness meditation, Wednesdays 6-7pm. Every weeknight through May 31st, online on Zoom Free talks and guided meditations on www.AudioDharma.org or on AudioDharma App Note...

Congratulations to our Arbor Week Poster Contest Winners!

Congratulations to our Arbor Week Poster Contest Winners!

Big congrats to this year's Arbor Week Poster Contest winners. Their work represented this year's theme "Trees Create Cool Communities" with lots of great imagination and information, and we are excited to share them with you. The posters, which were debuted at...

California Arbor Week Grants

California Arbor Week Grants

Arbor Week Cycle 1 – Sponsored by Edison International California ReLeaf is pleased to announce $40,000 in funding for 2020 California Arbor Week to celebrate the value of trees for all Californians. This program is brought to you thanks to the partnership of Edison...

Reading Material on Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Below is some reading material we've come across about Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, and especially how it plays out in the workplace. We encourage you to read and think about how this could affect your organization. Green 2.0 Leaking Talent – How People of Color...

ReLeaf in the News: Sacramento Bee

Fewer trees, more asthma. How Sacramento can improve its canopy and public health BY THE SACRAMENTO BEE EDITORIAL BOARD OCTOBER 15, 2019 05:01 AM, UPDATED OCTOBER 15, 2019 11:31 AM We often plant trees as a symbolic gesture. We plant them on Earth Day in honor of...

ReLeaf in the News: SacBee

How Sacramento’s urban forest divides the city, in health and in wealth BY MICHAEL FINCH II OCTOBER 10, 2019 05:30 AM, The tree canopy of Land Park is a marvel by most measures. Like a crown, London plane trees and even occasional redwoods rise well above rooftops to...

Social Equity Grant Program: Request for Proposals

Social Equity Grant Program: Request for Proposals

The 2019 Social Equity Forest Improvement Grant Program is funded by a grant from the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE), which received money in the 2017-18 State Budget from the California Climate Investments Program to support projects...

LA Network Retreat

LA Network Retreat

2019 Network Retreat at the Cal Endow This year the California ReLeaf Network Retreat was in Downtown Los Angeles at the California Endowment on May 31, 2019. We talk about various issues such as what data you should be collecting about trees, how to connect with...

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