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We Want You!

If you are looking for an exciting and challenging job working for an organization dedicated to protecting natural resources through direct advocacy and community engagement, look no more. We are searching for an enthusiastic, committed, fun-loving team member to develop, manage, and implement programs and projects related to tree mitigation, site monitoring, land enhancement, and land assessment.

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Kick-off Planting at Bear River a HUGE Success!

Join us at the 2016 Home & Landscape Expo

Sacramento Shade program marks 25th anniversary

Watering Trees is Wise, Not Wasteful

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Plant a Tree

Learn the answers to these questions:

  • How wide should I dig the hole when I plant shade trees?
  • How high above the soil level should the top of the root ball be?

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Care for Trees During Drought

Learn how you can conserve water and keep your trees healthy at the same time. Watch our webinar for more information on caring for your young and mature trees and download our Tips for Tree Care During Drought handout.

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Bear River Habitat Trail

Yuba County

Saturday, February 6 9:00A - 12:30P

Join the Sacramento Tree Foundation in planting native trees and shrubs at our new project site, the Bear River Habitat Trail, located in the Plumas Lake community of Yuba County. The habitat created by the newly established plants will provide an important link for wildlife in the area. Help us get these little guys in the ground and off to a great start!

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February 6 - Pruning Class & Field Practice Elk Grove

Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge

Saturday, February 6 9:00A - 12:00P

This is a wonderful opportunity to not only learn how to prune shade trees, but to apply that knowledge by practicing pruning on real four-year-old trees! The class will focus on how to prune young shade trees for structure and form. Quick, simple steps you take now to help your young shade trees grow healthy, strong, and beautiful will save you time and money in the future. This class starts with an indoor classroom portion and finishes outside where we’ll be practicing pruning on real trees.