Events

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

Green Community Events

Events

Capitol Park Tree Tour

State Capitol

Saturday, May 7 10:00A - 12:00P

Join the Sacramento Tree Foundation for a guided walk with a local expert through Sacramento's most diversely planted park and learn all about the trees and their history. One of the most visited in the region, Capitol Park boasts many State Champion tree specimens noted for their size, age, and beauty. This park is home to a variety of native trees as well as trees from all around the world.

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Walk on the Wildside

Saturday, May 14 10:00A - 4:00P

Bring the family and join Regional Sans Bufferlands for our annual Walk on the Wildside event, a celebration of International Migratory Bird Day . This FREE family-oriented event includes hiking tours of local wetlands and forests, presentations, a live animal show by Wildthings, Inc., music by Cliff Compton and Mountaintop, children’s hands-on activities, informational exhibits, and more!

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May21

Mulch Madness at Howe Park

Saturday, May 21

Alta Vista Solutions Staff will be teaming up with the Sacramento Tree Foundation and the Fulton - El Camino Recreation & Park District for a Mulch Madness party at Howe Park!

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Save The Elms Program (STEP) Citizen Scientist Training

Sacramento

Saturday, May 21 2:00P - 3:30P

Help the Sacramento Tree Foundation and the City of Sacramento monitoring our remaining public elm trees for the problematic Dutch elm disease (DED). This training event will give you the tools and skills necessary to identify and monitor elms for DED symptoms. This is a training opportunity; monitoring elm trees is a volunteer activity that can be done on your own schedule! We ask that STEP Citizen Scientists commit to monitor selected elm trees three times between May and October.

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Save The Elms Program (STEP) Citizen Scientist Training

Sacramento

Tuesday, May 31 6:00P - 7:30P

Help the Sacramento Tree Foundation and the City of Sacramento monitoring our remaining public elm trees for the problematic Dutch elm disease (DED). This training event will give you the tools and skills necessary to identify and monitor elms for DED symptoms. This is a training opportunity; monitoring elm trees is a volunteer activity that can be done on your own schedule! We ask that STEP Citizen Scientists commit to monitor selected elm trees three times between May and October.

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Bear River Habitat Trail

YUBA COUNTY

Saturday, June 11 8:00A - 11:30A

Join the Sacramento Tree Foundation for a workday at our Bear River Habitat Trail site in Yuba County. We’ll be doing general site care and clean-up including irrigation system maintenance, mulching, and weeding. This site will provide an important link for wildlife in the area. Help us care for the young trees, shrubs, and grasses that we planted this winter – these little guys need your help!

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