by Alejandra Borunda, National Geographic
Green spaces make people healthier and happier, but decades of systemic racism have left many people of color living in areas without access to nature.
by Dr. Linda Chalker-Scott
Construction of the Capitol Annex Project threatens many historic, irreplaceable trees at Capitol Park.
by Stephanie Robinson
With rising temperatures and unpredictable rainfall in the last decade, many Sacramentans converted their lawns to water wise landscapes. While we fully support these lawn conversions, they can be stressful on your trees.
Mature trees are worth the effort to plan around and protect - our communities depend on the health, environmental, and economic benefits they provide. Once they are lost, it will take decades to replace them, but some initial planning could save your tree's life.