West Sacramento Community Center, West Sacramento
Friday, October 20 8:30A - 10:30A
The rural areas of California have never been more important to the overall economic and social health of the state of California. As the state struggles with the
issues of drought, groundwater management, climate change, forest health and fire prevention, and economic development, the diverse rural regions of
California provide many opportunities for statewide solutions. State and regional planning rarely consider rural issues to the degree urban communities are
studied and planned. In order for California to successfully address these challenges and benefit all residents, policymakers and planners need to understand the
interconnections between rural and urban communities and engage with and invest in rural communities to develop strategies and programs that meet their
needs. This session will explore tools and opportunities that could strengthen the health and prosperity of rural California and increase statewide sustainability.
San Juan Water District, Granite Bay
Saturday, October 21 9:30A - 11:00A
Join the Sacramento Tree Foundation and San Juan Water District to learn about caring for your trees using low water landscaping techniques. Discover the magic of mulching, slow-watering strategies, and more. Learn to keep your young and mature trees healthy with the right amount of water. The wet weather last winter was certainly welcome, but these water wise methods for tree care remain useful for our hot and dry summer climate.
You will be directed to the San Juan Water District's website to register.
Sacramento Tree Foundation, Sacramento
Thursday, October 26 11:30A - 1:00P
The California Urban Forest
Council, Sacramento Region Chapter “Learn at Lunch” series provides advanced
educational opportunities for urban forestry professionals and the public.
Learn at lunch presentations are provided every 2 months. Sessions are free. ISA
CEU's are requested for each session. (Lunch
is not provided. Please bring your own food and beverage.)
This session will be presented by Greg McPherson, Ph.D. of the U.S. Forest Service.