Resources

Green Gentrification Panel Presentation

Green Gentrification Panel Presentation

Panel from the 2018 Partners in Community Forestry Conference Facilitator: Cindy Blain, Executive Director, California ReLeaf, Sacramento Speakers: Winifred Curran, Associate Professor & Chair, Dept. of Geography, DePaul University, Chicago Enrique Huerta,...

Facilitating for Difference Resources

This year we hosted two Facilitating for Difference workshop, led by Amanda Machado and Jose Gonzalez. Here are the resources they passed along for further learning. Resources provided by Amanda Machado & Jose GonzalezApproaches to Power Inequities – Moving to a...

Re-Oaking California

Re-Oaking California

Re-oaking your community: 3 ways to bring oaks back to California cities by Erica Spotswood Could restoring native oak trees to cities create a beautiful, functional, and climate-adapted urban forest for our children? In the newly released report “Re-oaking Silicon...

Supporting Ourselves as Community Activists

Supporting Ourselves as Community Activists

Supporting Ourselves as Community Activists - with the work of Joanna Macy Based on eco-philosopher Joanna Macy’s books, “The Spiral of the Work that Reconnects” and "Coming back to Life," Adélàjà Simon and Jen Scott facilitated a session of empowering dyad exercises...

How to Use ReLeaf’s Twitter Lists

How to Use ReLeaf’s Twitter Lists

Have you ever used Twitter Lists? Lists are an AMAZING way to filter which tweets you’re scanning. For example, you can click on the ReLeaf Network list (once you've subscribed to our list) and then you'll see only ReLeaf Network member organization posts. A good way...

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