Updates

Celebrating Forest Improvement Grants

Celebrating Forest Improvement Grants

California ReLeaf closed out our Forest Improvement Grant Cycle, which included grants to 17 organizations, with 2766 trees planted – that will remove 6328 tons of carbon from the atmosphere over 40 years – and much incredible work engaging and building community. See...

Our 2020 Annual Report

Our 2020 Annual Report

Dear Friends of ReLeaf, Many thanks for your steadfast support to plant more trees in all communities, so that everyone enjoys cleaner, cooler air and the feelings of well-being that urban trees provide. We need trees and greenspace now more than ever to help us deal...

Addressing Racial and Environmental Injustice

Addressing Racial and Environmental Injustice

The brutal and unsettling images that have captured headlines and sparked outrage in populations around the globe this month force us to recognize that, as a nation, we are still failing to guarantee everyone the basic human rights and equality of Dr. King’s Dream and...

First World Forum on Urban Forests

First World Forum on Urban Forests

On November 28 to December 1, 2018, the United Nations and partners in Mantova, Italy will host the first World Forum on Urban Forests (UF). This first world forum will bring together cross-sector individuals, such as national and local government, non-governmental...

Drought in the News

Here are a few great media resources for news on trees in the drought: “We’re trying to educate the community while scaling down on landscape watering during conservation” from San Jose Mercury News “It’s an emergency situation. These trees are everywhere, all around...

What a Difference a Year Makes!

What a Difference a Year Makes!

By Jim Clark Welcome 2015! On New Year’s Eve, I took a break from my near constant holiday partying to reflect on California ReLeaf’s year. We started 2014 with the resignation of Joe Liszewski, our executive director. And we knew that long-time manager of budgets and...

Teaming Up for Trees

Teaming Up for Trees

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has outlined tips for working with professional sports teams on urban forestry projects. They have successfully partnered with the Green Bay Packers (football) and Milwaukee Brewers (baseball) teams to get trees in the...