California ReLeaf

Our 2021 Annual Report

Friends of ReLeaf, Thank you so much for all your generous support of California ReLeaf and our work helping community groups plant trees all over the state – and especially in underserved neighborhoods that most need trees. Fiscal year 2021 was the first full year of...

Network: We Want Your Feedback!

Dear Network, Please take 5-10 minutes to fill out this annual Network feedback survey. It has 12 questions, predominantly multiple choice, with some places to give follow-up information, if applicable. This helps California ReLeaf understand how we are doing, and...

Urban Forest Leadership Training

California ReLeaf invites emerging urban forestry leaders in nonprofits, arboriculture, and government to join its leadership training in April 2022. The leadership training program is a critical investment needed to fuel a sustainable workforce for an ever-expanding...

Treecovery Cycle 2: Request for Proposals

Treecovery Cycle 2: Request for Proposals

California ReLeaf is now seeking proposals for its second cycle of the Treecovery grant program!  If you have a project idea to green your neighborhood, engage communities provide workforce development opportunities, and expand the capacity of local community groups,...

Webinar: Save Our Water & Our Trees

California ReLeaf partnered with Growing Vibrant LA Communities to create the Webinar "Save Our Water & Our Trees: Growing Community Resilience When Drought is the New Normal." Speakers California's ongoing drought, the implications affects urban trees, and what...

2022 Arbor Week Poster Contest

2022 Arbor Week Poster Contest

Attention Young Artists: Each year California kicks off Arbor Week with a poster contest. California Arbor Week is an annual celebration of trees that takes place  March 7 to 14. Across the state, communities honor trees. You can participate too by thinking about the...

Announcing Treecovery Cycle 1 Grantees

Congratulations to the following organizations for receiving grants from the Treecovery Grant Program, Cycle 1: A Cleaner and Greener East LA Amigos de los Rios Clean & Green Pomona Common Vision Growing Healthy Kids Los Amigos de Guadalupe Lumbercycle North East...

Oak Woodland Restoration Webinar

Oak Woodland Restoration Webinar

Oak woodlands are an important piece of the geography, history, and identity of California. These woodlands are rich in biodiversity and are essential to the vitality of our ecosystem. In this webinar, you we heard from several experts who are dedicated to working...