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Deepening our roots in North Sacramento

by Otto Beck

The Sacramento Tree Foundation is joining forces in North Sacramento with local leaders to expand the urban forest in a large area covering North Sacramento, Del Paso Heights, South Natomas, Hagginwood, Gardenland, Northgate, and parts of Arden Arcade and North Highlands.

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Reforesting South Sac with Asian Resources, Inc. & United Latinos

by Victoria Vasquez

Community leaders from Asian Resources Inc. and the United Latinos Green Team planted 19 trees in South Sacramento on Saturday, tying ribbons into a memorial tree for all eight of the victims of the recent shooting in Atlanta. This Deodar cedar, affectionately named Atlanta Love, will not only swirl harmful pollutants high up into the air with its towering evergreen coniferous shape but will also provide a place of reflection to inspire us in new ways to stop hate.

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Community visions for trees: Free fruit tree care in South Sacramento

by Stephanie Robinson

Through the Sacramento Food Forestry Project, local urban agroforester Dominic Allamano is caring for the tree canopy in South Sacramento by providing free pruning, soil care, and education for residents with fruit trees.

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Free fruit tree pruning & advice for South Sacramento

Sign up for the Sacramento Food Forestry Program

Thanks to additional funding from the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection and California Proposition 68 for our NeighborWoods Community Grant, South Sacramento residents are eligible to receive free fruit tree care services. These services will help to ensure your trees develop well, and are on their way to a long and fruitful future.

We've teamed up with regenerative agriculture expert Dominic Allamano to support previous fruit tree recipients and other South Sacramento residents in caring for their fruit trees.

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