University Arboretum at California State University, Sacramento
Saturday, April 29 10:00A - 12:00P
Join the Sacramento Tree Foundation on a free guided tour of CSUS' Arboretum to learn all about the historic, unique, and unusual specimens found there in celebration of Arbor Day. Founded in 1959 on what used to be a pear orchard and hop ranch, the University Arboretum is located on a 3-acre site and features over 1,200 trees and botanical gardens.
California State Capitol Park, Sacramento
Saturday, May 13 10:30A - 12:15P
Join the Sacramento Tree Foundation on a fascinating, guided walk through the iconic Capitol Park with local expert David Dudley. Covering forty acres and spanning 12 city blocks, it contains trees from almost every part of the globe. This tour highlights some of the unique, unusual, and historic specimens found there. You will also have a lot of fun learning about the history of Capitol Park, the value of our urban forest, and much more.
Arden Park, Sacramento
Saturday, May 20 10:00A - 11:30A
Join the Sacramento Tree Foundation on a serene, guided walk with local expert Steve Walter through the lovely, shady Arden Park neighborhood to learn all about its resident trees. Arden Park was developed from ranch land in the 1940s and 1950s and boasts large yards with plenty of room to grow big trees. This tour highlights some of the finest tree specimens found there.
McKinley Park, Sacramento
Thursday, June 15 6:30P - 8:00P
Join Anne Fenkner, ISA Municipal Arborist/Master Gardener, on a serene, guided walk through McKinley Park to learn all about its 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 1871. Children and well-behaved dogs are welcome to enjoy the tour.