1. 2018 Partners & Community Forestry Conference

    Panel Talk on Green Gentrification at the 2018 Partners & Community Forestry Conference in Irvine Facilitator: Cindy Blain, Executive Director, California ReLeaf, Sacramento Speakers: Winifred Curran, Associate Professor & Chair, Dept. of Geography, DePaul University, Chicago Enrique Huerta, Community Organizer, From Lot to Spot, Los Angeles Emi Wang, Environmental Equity Program Manager, The Greenlining Institute, Oakland Download and listen to audio presentation: Green Gentrification Audio Part 1 Green Gentrification Audio Part 2 Green Gentrification PDF Presentation Enrique Huerta, Winifred Curran, and Emi Wang (speakers). Rose Epperson
  2. Partners in Community Forestry Conference in Irvine

    Panel Talk on Green Gentrification California ReLeaf Executive Director Cindy Blain facilitated a panel about Green Gentrification at this year’s Partners in Community Forestry Conference. You can access the audio of the presentations as well as a PDF of slides below. Thank you to our speakers for a great session! Speakers: Winifred Curran, Associate Professor & Chair, Dept. of Geography, DePaul University, Chicago Enrique Huerta, Community Organizer, From Lot to Spot, Los Angeles Emi Wang, Environmental Equity Program Manager, The Greenlining Institute, Oakland Download the presentation materials: Green Gentrification Audio Part 1 Green Gentrification Audio Part 2 Green Gentrification PDF...
  3. Global Climate Action Summit

    Urban Forests for Climate Solutions Affiliated Event On September 11th California ReLeaf along with a coalition of urban forest organizations hosted the Urban Forests for Climate Solutions Affiliated Event as part of the Global Climate Action Summit. Senator Scott Wiener from San Francisco and Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia from the Coachella Valley spoke about the importance of investing in our urban forests and how urban trees help us fight climate change. In addition, several urban forests and climate change experts shared their insights about research, policy, funding, innovative solutions, and resources. See the event’s agenda, presentation, and video below. Agenda PDF...
  4. 2010 Partners in Community Forestry Conference Call for Presentations

    The Arbor Day Foundation and the Home Depot Foundation will host the 2010 Partners in Community Forestry  National Conference in Philadelphia, Pennslyvania in November. They are currently seeking proposals for presentations at this year’s conference. this year’s educational program features tracks on Sustainable Community Development & Tree Management, Trees & Utilities, and Trees & Social Issues. Furthered emphasis will be placed on the importance of partnerships and collaboration. Submit your proposal online at www.arborday.org/pcfall. Proposals are due by March 26, 2010. You will be notified of your proposal status by April 26, 2010.