1. My Favorite Tree: Gail Church

    To celebrate California Arbor Week, which begins later this week on March 7th, we’ll be bringing you a series of blog posts on the favorite trees of California ReLeaf board and staff members. Today, we hear from Gail Church, Executive Director of Tree Musketeers and a California ReLeaf board member....
  2. We’ll Drink to That!

    This year, Barefoot Wineries has created a new wine called “Impressions” to celebrate the work that nonprofits to to strengthen our communities. Each bottle will feature a “Sole of the Year”.   We’re proud to say that the founder of Urban Releaf, a California ReLeaf Network member, is one of...
  3. The Relationship Between Trees & Human Health

    The Relationship Between Trees and Human Health Evidence from the Spread of the Emerald Ash Borer   Background: Several recent studies have identifıed a relationship between the natural environment and improved health outcomes. However, for practical reasons, most have been observational, cross-sectional studies.   Purpose: A natural experiment, which provides...
  4. Trees Make Good Neighbors

    National NeighborWoods™ Month is the annual celebration of trees in our communities.  Every October, tens of thousands of volunteers take action to make their communities greener and healthier by planting trees—turning their neighborhoods into vibrant, livable NeighborWoods!  To find an event or for resources to start your own, click here. National...
  5. Partners in Community Forestry Conference Heads to Sacramento

      The Partners in Community Forestry National Conference Heads to Sacramento, California   Register now and book your room for the 2012 Partners in Community Forestry National Conference, November 14-15, at the Sacramento Convention Center. Community forests continue to play an increasingly powerful role in the health and sustainability of...