California ReLeaf curates a selection of relevant online educational opportunities for you to watch & learn from on-demand.
Date & Time: February 26, 2020 at 11:00 am
Time: 11:00 AM – 12 PM
Learn about California’s first-ever statewide interactive viewer that shows urban tree canopy in California! Its purpose is to help capture community services from trees. Understanding the extent and location of its existing tree canopy can help a community design and implement sound management practices to maximize those services: prioritizing locations for tree planting, establishing urban forestry master plans and sustainability plans, and managing threats to canopy loss. The map viewer also highlights population and environmental characteristics (e.g. air pollution and urban heat island) that can help identify communities disproportionately burdened by risks that urban tree cover may help ameliorate.
Speaker: Miranda Hutten, US Forest Service
Check out recordings from our PAST workshops and conferences — along with Powerpoints and additional related resources.
Our great range of state and national partners offer their own webinars and webinar series. We keep track of them and let you know when they’re coming up!
In our efforts to grow the canopy and include all communities in tree-planting efforts, we’ve compiled video resources to help you learn more about engaging diverse communities.
Videos to help you start your on nonprofit, or enhance an organization you’re already working with.