Does it matter where your wood comes from? We think so.
MONDAY: By Appointment Only
TUESDAY: By Appointment Only
WEDNESDAY: By Appointment Only
THURSDAY: 11:00am - 3:00pm
FRIDAY: 11:00am - 3:00pm
SATURDAY: 9:00am - 4:00pm
6045 Midway Street
Sacramento, CA 95828
The Urban Wood Rescue program salvages urban trees that need to be removed due to disease, pests, or safety issues and mills the wood into usable lumber. Instead of sending these trees to the landfill, Urban Wood Rescue gives a second life to urban trees.
When urban trees are removed and taken to the landfill, it allows them to decompose and release carbon back into the atmosphere where it contributes to climate change. By salvaging and reusing the wood from these trees, it gives the tree a second life and reduces our carbon footprint.
Slabs, posts, boards, and planks: Check out our inventory.
The NeighborWoods Program is your opportunity to grow the forest in your very own neighborhood! This program focuses on building investment in your neighborhood by working toward a greater, greener vision through trees. Work directly with one of our expert Community Foresters to plant the right trees in the right places throughout your neighborhood and maximize the many benefits of trees for your community.
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The Sacramento Tree Foundation is always looking for public places to plant trees. Thanks for being our eyes and ears.
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Bear Hollow Drainage Basin
Saturday, June 2 8:15A - 11:30P
Come join the City of Rancho Cordova and the Sacramento Tree Foundation in mulching 93 trees planted as part of CA Arbor Week 2018. You will have the opportunity to mulch oak seedlings planted near the Bear Hollow Drainage Basin. Mulching these trees will help them grow strong to provide shade to people while bolstering the trees' health. This is a great event for families. We hope to see you there!
Please arrive at 8:15 AM to check in and grab a snack so we can get started right away at 8:30 AM to beat the heat!
Sacramento Tree Foundation Office
Thursday, June 14 11:30A - 1:00P
The Tree Care for Birds and Wildlife project is a state-wide effort that began in 2015 to enhance habitat
through tree care practices. The project's key strategic approach is to develop Best Management Practices for specialized training and certification for tree care specialists in California. This talk is led by Ryan M. Gilpin, Environmental Analyst for HortScience.
Lunch will not be provided; please bring your own lunch.
Please contact Anne Fenkner at firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP.
Saturday, June 16 8:30A - 11:30A
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