1. Britton Fund Announces 2013 Arbor Week Tour

    Last year, Tree Circus, the Britton Fund, WCISA, California ReLeaf, Sacramento Tree Foundation, Canopy, and the Luther Burbank Experimental Farm and Garden partnered to bring the California Arbor Week Tour to Northern California. The objective of the CA Arbor Week Tour project was simply to celebrate the trees of California,...
  2. Boy Scouts Plant Trees in Santa Monica

    Boy Scouts plant trees for achievement, environment   By Ashley Archibald, Santa Monica Daily Press     A stand of young California sycamores, supported by poles nearly as tall as the trees themselves, line what used to be a dilapidated asphalt pad, sentinels against the waves of invisible chemicals and...
  3. California Native Plant Week: April 17 – 23

    Californians will be celebrating the very first California Native Plant Week April 17-23, 2011.  The California Native Plant Society (CNPS) hopes to inspire a greater appreciation and understanding of our incredible natural heritage and biological diversity. Join the celebration by conducting an event or exhibit that would help raise awareness...
  4. In Philippines, 64,000 trees planted in 15 minutes

    From huffingtonpost.com– Speedy tree planting may be the answer to the world’s dwindling forest problem. On February 23, 2011 over 64,000 trees were planted in 15 minutes, breaking the world record for the most trees planted simultaneously. The Independent reports that almost 7,000 people helped to plant saplings in the...
  5. Arbor Week brochures

    Use this colorful Arbor Week brochure to distribute to the public during your Arbor Week event!  It explains what Arbor Week is and offers valuable statistics about the value of urban forestry to our communities. If you are interested in receiving some of these brochures, please contact us at info@californiareleaf.org...