Events

Show your commitment to growing a healthier, more livable community by joining us at an upcoming event!

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Events

Acorn Harvester Training

Effie Yeaw Nature Center Ampitheatre

Saturday, September 24 9:00A - 12:00P

Attend the Acorn Harvester training to learn all about native oaks and acorn collecting. After class, support our efforts by harvesting on your own or with friends and family this fall.

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River Park Tree Tour

Glen Hall Park

Saturday, September 24 10:00A - 12:00P

Come walk among the Giants! Join the Sacramento Tree Foundation on a guided walk with a Community Forester through the wonderful River Park Neighborhood. Learn about some of the unique specimen in the area, why trees in River Park are some of the largest in Sacramento, what trees will work well in your yard, best planting and tree care practices, and what the neighborhood is doing to ensure River Park continues to be one of the shadiest neighborhoods around.

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STEP Citizen Scientist Party

Coloma Community Center

Saturday, October 1 9:00A - 11:00A

Celebrate the success of our volunteer Citizen Scientists for our Save the Elms Program!

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Week of Caring: Spruce Up Blue Heron Trails

Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge

Saturday, October 8 9:00A - 12:00P

Do you like getting dirty? Do you have a passion for gardening or native habitat restoration?

We've recently completed a project at the Blue Heron Trails Visitor Center at Stone Lakes National Wildlife Refuge, but that doesn't mean the work is done! You can help us with general site care duties such as basic tree/shrub care, irrigation system maintenance, and weeding. These little guys need your help to thrive!

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Woodland Tree Foundation's ‘Tunes for Trees’ Benefit Concert

Gibson House Museum

Saturday, October 8 6:00P - 9:00P

Woodland’s favorite country swing band is back by popular demand at this year’s Tunes for Trees benefit concert for the Woodland Tree Foundation. The Red Rose Ranch Band will perform Saturday, October 8th, from 6-9 PM at Woodland’s Gibson House Museum, 512 Gibson Road. “Tunes for Trees is an enjoyable way for people to have a good time under the stars and trees at the Gibson House, and support more tree-planting in Woodland to clean our air and reduce our carbon footprint”, says David Wilkinson, President of the Foundation. “The City of Woodland has a goal of planting 6,000 trees by 2020 and we are about half way there. This event helps make Woodland greener and healthier for everyone.”

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McKinley Park Tree Tour

McKinley Park Library

Thursday, October 27 5:30P - 6:30P

Join Anne Fenkner, ISA Municipal Arborist/Master Gardener, on a guided walk through McKinley Park for the peak of fall color and learn all about the diverse and historic trees. McKinley Park is one of the most popular and visited parks in the area, and has been enjoyed by Sacramentans since 1901. This tour highlights the fine tree specimens found here!

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Howe Park Hands On Pruning Workshop

Howe Park Community Center

Friday, November 4 9:00A - 11:00A

Join STF's Certified Arborist to learn how to prune young shade trees for strong, healthy, and attractive structure. This workshop includes an indoor classroom portion, followed by field time outside in Howe Park practicing pruning in small groups on young trees (tools provided).

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River Park Hands On Pruning Workshop

Fremont Presbyterian Church

Saturday, November 19 9:30A - 11:30A

Join STF's Certified Arborist to learn how to prune young shade trees for strong, healthy, and attractive structure. This workshop includes an indoor classroom portion, followed by field time out around River Park practicing pruning in small groups on young trees (tools provided).

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Pruning Class

Carmichael Library

Saturday, December 10 10:00A - 12:00P

Join STF's Certified Arborist to learn how to prune young shade trees for structure, beauty, and health. Indoor class includes presentation and hands on practice.

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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