Programs

We offer expertise, training, tools, and advice so that we may empower our community to plant, protect, and learn about trees.

NeighborWoods in Hollywood Park and Carleton Tract

NeighborWoods is a community-led movement to improve our neighborhoods and bring neighbors together through tree planting and care activities. Bring beautiful, tree-lined streets, shaded parks and schools, and full-canopied yards to the area where you live.

We can provide free trees, tools, expertise, and education needed to grow a forest in YOUR neighborhood!

WHY ARE TREES A GOOD IDEA?

Neighborhoods with more trees have...

  • Tighter-knit communities
  • Higher property values
  • Safer and walkable streets
  • Lower energy costs
  • Higher activity levels
  • Better air/water quality
  • Lower rates of obesity

Let’s plant more trees to create a better tomorrow for our kids.


Build community. Improve the neighborhood.

Plant trees.

What’s your vision for a greener tomorrow? Let's talk.

Events

Save the Elms Program Community Scientist Training

Online

Saturday, April 25 10:00A - 12:00P

Join us for a virtual training session to learn how you can help save our remaining public elm trees! Our Save the Elms Program's (STEP) Community Scientists will be trained to monitor local elm trees for symptoms of Dutch elm disease (DED) over the summer using a mobile app.

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Save the Elms Program Community Scientist Training

Online

Wednesday, April 29 6:00P - 8:00P

Join us for a virtual training session to learn how you can help save our remaining public elm trees! Our Save the Elms Program's (STEP) Community Scientists will be trained to monitor local elm trees for symptoms of Dutch elm disease (DED) over the summer using a mobile app. 

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Save the Elms Program Community Scientist Training

Online

Saturday, May 2 10:00A - 12:00P

Join us for a virtual training session to learn how you can help save our remaining public elm trees! Our Save the Elms Program's (STEP) Community Scientists will be trained to monitor local elm trees for symptoms of Dutch elm disease (DED) over the summer using a mobile app.

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Save the Elms Program Community Scientist Training

Online

Wednesday, May 6 6:00P - 8:00P

Join us for a virtual training session to learn how you can help save our remaining public elm trees! Our Save the Elms Program's (STEP) Community Scientists will be trained to monitor local elm trees for symptoms of Dutch elm disease (DED) over the summer using a mobile app.

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Apr4

CANCELLED - Planting at Land Park

Sacramento

Saturday, April 4 9:00A - 12:00P

**Event cancelled** 

Land Park has lost so many beloved mature trees to Dutch elm disease, and now it's time to replace that canopy to ensure that the park continues to be a shady, green oasis for all Sacramentans. Join us with the City of Sacramento Parks Division and the Land Park Volunteer Corps to plant 40 trees that will beautify this region and clean our air for generations to come.

Meet your Community Forester


Susana Guzman was born and raised in Sacramento and is now raising her family here. She loves helping people improve their homes and communities by providing expert guidance on choosing the right tree for the right place. 

Want to get in touch? Email Susana or call (916) 974-4317 to learn more.

Resources

Hollywood Park CommuniTree Project 

How Trees Help Neighborhoods