Events

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Events

Tree Hero Awards Dinner

California Farm Bureau

Wednesday, May 30 5:30P - 8:30P

Join us for Sacramento’s preeminent environmental awards. The awards honor the people and projects that have done great things for our region’s urban forest. Click here to register. 

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Mulching at Bear Hollow

Bear Hollow Drainage Basin

Saturday, June 2 8:15A - 11:30P

Come join the City of Rancho Cordova and the Sacramento Tree Foundation in mulching 93 trees planted as part of CA Arbor Week 2018. You will have the opportunity to mulch oak seedlings planted near the Bear Hollow Drainage Basin. Mulching these trees will help them grow strong to provide shade to people while bolstering the trees' health. This is a great event for families. We hope to see you there!

Please arrive at 8:15 AM to check in and grab a snack so we can get started right away at 8:30 AM to beat the heat!

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Mulch Mayhem

Jack Davis Park

Saturday, June 9 8:45A - 11:45A

June is Mulch Mayhem month because it's a great time to mulch trees before the summer heat. Come help us mulch park trees in South Sacramento and learn proper mulching techniques. This is a great event for families, groups, and service organizations.

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Learn at Lunch: Wildlife Best Management Practices for the Tree Care Industry in California

Sacramento Tree Foundation Office

Thursday, June 14 11:30A - 1:00P

The Tree Care for Birds and Wildlife project is a state-wide effort that began in 2015 to enhance habitat through tree care practices. The project's key strategic approach is to develop Best Management Practices for specialized training and certification for tree care specialists in California. This talk is led by Ryan M. Gilpin, Environmental Analyst for HortScience.

 

Lunch will not be provided; please bring your own lunch.

Please contact Anne Fenkner at anne.fenkner@davey.com to RSVP.

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Bear River Habitat Trail Workday

Saturday, June 16 8:30A - 11:30A

Join us as we fight invasive weeds, care for young native plants, build things, and get ready to open the Bear River Habitat Trail to the public. We will meet on the third Saturday morning of the month all summer long to work on a variety of tasks that will help make this space beautiful and safe for the public. These events will occur in hot weather conditions and will involve hard work with tools so they are not the best events for our youngest volunteers.

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Mulch Mayhem

Fruitridge Park

Saturday, June 23 8:45A - 11:45A

June is Mulch Mayhem month because it's a great time to mulch trees before the summer heat. Come help us mulch park trees in South Sacramento and learn proper mulching techniques. This is a great event for families, groups, and service organizations. 

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Bear River Habitat Trail Workday

Saturday, July 21 8:30A - 11:30A

Join us as we fight invasive weeds, care for young native plants, build things, and get ready to open the Bear River Habitat Trail to the public. We will meet on the third Saturday morning of the month all summer long to work on a variety of tasks that will help make this space beautiful and safe for the public. These events will occur during hot weather conditions and will involve hard work with tools, so they are not the best events for our youngest volunteers.

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Bear River Habitat Trail Workday

Saturday, August 18 8:30A - 11:30A

Join us as we fight invasive weeds, care for young native plants, build things, and get ready to open the Bear River Habitat Trail to the public. We will meet on the third Saturday morning of the month all summer long to work on a variety of tasks that will help make this space beautiful and safe for the public. These events will occur during hot weather conditions and will involve hard work with tools, so they are not the best events for our youngest volunteers.

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Bear River Habitat Trail Workday

Saturday, September 15 8:30A - 11:30A

Join us for our final summer workday as we fight invasive weeds, care for young native plants, build things, and get ready to open the Bear River Habitat Trail to the public. This event will occur during hot weather conditions and will involve hard work with tools, so they are not the best events for our youngest volunteers.

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Volunteering as a group?

We ask that groups of 5 or more contact us when planning to attend a volunteer event.

Call or email our Volunteer Coordinator, Katie Gerhart, at 916-974-4310 or katie@sactree.com to register your group. 

 

What's the weather?

Are you wondering if the tree planting you are registered for is still taking place due to inclement weather?

Find out by calling:

(916) 974-4318