Effie Yeaw Nature Center, Carmichael
Sunday, September 24 9:00A - 12:00P
Learn about the biology of our native oak trees and become qualified to harvest acorns for Sacramento Tree Foundation programs. Class will include both classroom-style and hands-on learning and is geared towards individuals 12 and older. This class is perfect for scout leaders, educators, and students who wish to participate in this fall's harvest. After class, Acorn Harvesters work on their own schedule to help us gather 10,000 acorns from throughout the Sacramento region.
This event is full. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to our wait-list.
APA State Conference, Sacramento Convention Center, Sacramento
Tuesday, September 26 10:15A - 11:45A
For this session, the Speaker Series will join up with the 2017 State APA Conference to hear from Carolyn Coleman, Executive Director of the California League
of Cities. Ms. Coleman will speak on important issues facing our cities and will draw upon the Conference theme “Capitalizing on our Diversity”. She brings 25
years of experience as a leader and an advocate in the public and private sectors to her role as executive director of the League of California Cities. She joined
the League of California Cities in December 2016 after a decade with the National League of Cities (NLC) in Washington, D.C. as senior executive and director of
federal advocacy. During her tenure at NLC, she oversaw the organization’s advocacy efforts and worked closely with city leaders and the 49 state municipal
leagues throughout the country to advance NLC’s priorities in matters before Congress, the Administration and the courts. Prior to working with NLC, Coleman
served as deputy mayor for the city of Indianapolis where she focused on economic development, infrastructure and community engagement. She previously
practiced law and held marketing leadership positions in the private sector.