Convening a Network of nonprofits and community groups for sharing best practices and peer-to-peer learning.
The Network was formed in 1991 as a statewide forum for exchange, education, and mutual support for community-based organizations that share the common goals of planting and protecting trees, fostering an ethic of environmental stewardship, and promoting volunteer involvement.
Network members vary from small groups of dedicated individuals working after hours to improve their communities, to well-established nonprofit organizations with paid staff. Activities range from planting and caring for urban trees to restoring native oak habitat and riparian areas; from advocating better tree pruning practices and helping cities develop progressive tree policies to raising public awareness of the benefits of healthy urban forests.
Network News and Programs
What Can You Do This California Arbor Week?
Trees are a simple, powerful way to make all communities healthier, happier & more climate resilient. Learn about CAL FIRE's Urban & Community Forestry program and how you can help.
Happy Arbor Week 2022, California!
Kick off a full week of Arbor Week celebrations learning the "why" and "when" of California Arbor Week here with ReLeaf and CAL FIRE's Urban & Community Forestry Department. Cheers to trees and all you do every day to grow greener towns!
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...
ReLeaf Network Members
- A Cleaner Greener East LA
- Amigos De Los Rios
- Arroyo Seco Foundation
- Atascadero Land Preservation Society
- Benicia Tree Foundation
- Butte Environmental Council
- California Forestry Challenge
- California Urban Forests Council
- City Plants
- Clean & Green Pomona
- Climate Action Now!
- Common Vision
- Community For Trees
- Community Health Action Network
- Community Services Employment Training (CSET)
- Concerned Resource & Environmental Workers (The C.R.E.W.)
- Coronado Street Tree Committee
- Council For Watershed Health
- Eastern Kern Resource Conservation District
- El Cerrito Community Garden Network
- Fallbrook Land Conservancy/ Save Our Forest
- Friends of Carmel Forest
- Friends of the Urban Forest
- Greenspace — The Cambria Land Trust
- Grown In LA
- Huntington Beach Tree Society
- Industrial District Green
- Inland Urban Forest Council
- Just One Tree
- Kate Sessions Commitment
- Keep Eureka Beautiful
- Koreatown Youth & Community Center
- Los Angeles Beautification Team
- Los Angeles Conservation Corps
- Meadowview Urban Tree Project
- Nehyam Neighborhood Association
- Neighborhood Council Sustainability Alliance
- North East Trees
- Ojai Trees
- Oswit Land Trust
- Our City Forest
- Petaluma City Tree Advisory Committee
- PLANT Parenthood
- Professional Tree Care Association of San Diego
- Rainbow Forest
- ReLeaf Petaluma
- Riverside-Corona Resource Conservation District
- Roseville Urban Forest Foundation
- Sacramento Tree Foundation
- San Bernardino Fatherhood
- San Diego Regional Urban Forests Council
- Save Lafayette Trees
- Southern California Mountains Foundation
- St. Vincent’s Hill Neighborhood Coalition
- Stewards of the Coast & Redwoods
- Street Tree Seminar, Inc.
- Sunnyvale Urban Forest Advocates
- Sustainable Claremont
- Sustainable Solano
- The Oaks Ranch
- Tree City Pacifica
- Tree Davis
- Tree Foundation of Kern
- Tree Fresno
- Tree Guild of Arroyo Grande
- Tree Lodi
- Tree Partners Foundation
- Tree San Diego
- Urban Corps of San Diego
- Urban Forest Friends (Formerly Tri City Urban Forest Alliance (TUFA))
- Urban Tree Foundation
- Victoria Avenue Forever
- Watsonville Wetlands Watch
- West Hollywood Tree Preservation Society
- Woodland Tree Foundation
- Your Children’s Trees
“When I worked at TreeDavis, ReLeaf was my mentor organization; providing contacts, networking, connections, funding sources through which TreeDavis’s work was able to be accomplished. Pillars of the industry became my colleagues. This whole experience shaped the beginning of my career for which I have immense gratitude.”–Martha Ozonoff