Programs

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

To learn more about how you can begin your NeighborWoods project, download our NeighborWoods guidebook and workbook.

If you are interested in starting a NeighborWoods project in El Dorado, Placer, Sutter, Yolo, or Yuba Counties, we may be able to offer our services and expertise as well. Email or call us at (916) 924-8733 and let us know what kind of project you would like to begin.

South Sacramento

South Sacramento does not have many trees, but neighbors are working hard to change this by planting trees throughout the community.  » Learn More »

South Natomas

The goal of the South Natomas Urban Greening Initiative is to plant 1,000 trees in 3 years in Gardenland, Northgate, and South Natomas in an effort to replace the tree canopy while building a community commitment to trees.
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Rancho Cordova

Through our partnerships with the City of Rancho Cordova and SMUD, residents, business owners, and community organizations can get free trees and assistance with planting, irrigation, and dead tree removal.  » Learn More »

Rosemont

After mistletoe and old age damaged the Modesto ash that once lined these streets, neighbors in the Rosemont community kicked off a planting campaign to renew their tree canopy.  » Learn More »

Hollywood Park

Through planting new trees, removing sick and dead trees, and developing a culture of stewardship, neighbors in Hollywood Park and Carleton Tract are working together to improve their tree canopy.  » Learn More »

River Park

The River Park Tree Canopy Project is a community-based effort to restore and enhance the tree canopy in River Park. Through this initiative, we have successfully planted over 100 trees in River Park since 2015 with the help of amazing volunteers from the River Park community! » Learn More »

Arden Park

After mistletoe and old age damaged the Modesto ash that once lined these streets, neighbors in the Arden Park community kicked off a planting campaign to renew their tree canopy. » Learn More »

Del Paso Heights

We have had the pleasure to partner with some amazing community leaders including The Del Paso Heights Growers' Alliance, Pacific Housing Inc., City of Sacramento Parks and their District 2 Commissioner, and the Mutual Assistance Network of Del Paso Heights. This collaborative effort is committed to promoting equity and justice in disadvantaged communities. If you would like to be a part of growing and supporting the canopy in Del Paso Heights, contact us. » Learn More »

North Highlands

The community of North Highlands has some of the highest regional temperatures during the summer months. A lush tree canopy has dramatic effects on not only temperature, but also on improving physical and mental health. If you would like to be a part of growing and supporting the canopy in North Highlands, contact us. » Learn More »

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South Sacramento

South Sacramento does not have many trees, but neighbors are working hard to change this by planting trees throughout the community. 

» Learn More »

South Natomas

The goal of the South Natomas Urban Greening Initiative is to plant 1,000 trees in 3 years in Gardenland, Northgate, and South Natomas in an effort to replace the tree canopy while building a community commitment to trees.

» Learn More »

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Monitoring trees for the Save the Elms Program

Sacramento

Wednesday, July 8

After watching an online training, you are invited to participate in monitoring Sacramento's elm trees for Dutch elm disease while out on a walk or bike ride. You'll report your findings through a smartphone app so we can save our remaining iconic elm trees from this deadly disease.

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