August 2015 ReLeaf Network Leadership Workshop

Diversity in the Conservation Movement, Growing Community Leadership, Driving the Urban Forest Drought Message, and more!

Leadership Workshop Agenda

Session 1: Welcome & Introductions with California ReLeaf Board President Jim Clark and Executive Director Cindy Blain

California ReLeaf Leadership Workshop: Overview of the Day and Expectations

 

Session 2: “Diversifying the Conservation Movement: Approaches for Equity & Inclusion through Story & Culture” with Jose Gonzalez, Founder of Latino Outdoors

 

Session 3:“Growing Community Leadership & Engagement with Trees” panel with Alvaro Sanchez (Environmental Equity Director at The Greenlining Institute), Louis Penna (Board Member at The Incredible Edible Community Garden), and Ryan Allen (Environmental Services Manager at Koreatown Youth & Community Center)

 

Session 4: “Save Our Water and Our Trees!” panel with Cindy Blain (Executive Director at California ReLeaf), Rachel Malarich (Directory of Forestry at TreePeople), and Catherine Martineau (Executive Director at Canopy)

 

Session 5: “Effectively Driving the Urban Forest & Drought Message” with Bobby Pena, President of BPCubed

Effectively driving the urban forest and drought message.

 

Session 6: “Big Trees: The View From Above” with Matt Ritter, Professor of Biology at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

 

Session 7: “From CO2 to H2O: Translating Tree Talk to Great Grants” panel with Chuck Mills (Director of Public Policy & Grants at California ReLeaf), Kelaine Ravdin (Owner & Founder of Urban Ecos), Claire Robinson (Managing Director of Amigos de los Rios), and Aaron Thomas (Urban Forestry & Youth Environmental Stewards Program Manager at Northeast Trees)

From CO2 to H2O: Translating Tree Talk into Great Grants.