In the news

Thanks to our local media outlets for giving a voice to our trees!

We wanted to know: Why are there so many orange trees in Sacramento?

by Alexandra Yoon-Hendricks, Sacramento Bee

Like many aspects of California’s modern history, oranges have their roots in the Gold Rush – or rather, in its aftermath.

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CAL FIRE Presents: What Is Urban Forestry?

We are so proud to be a part of the urban lumber movement.

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Seeing The Forest For The Trees

by Robert Schaulis, Comstock's Magazine

Sacramento Tree Foundation’s Urban Wood Rescue program gives new life to urban lumber.

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Florin Elementary Tree Planting

Good Day Sacramento

We had a great time planting trees at Florin Elementary with Congressmember Ami Bera, Soil Born Farms, Florin Road Partnership, and the Sacramento Kings Community Impact Team!

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Sacramento secures $23 million in state funds for neighborhood revamp, new light rail station

by Mary Lynne Vellinga, Office of Mayor Steinberg

We are proud to be a part of the partnership that will bring neighbors together in the River District for new public transit, homes, jobs, and trees through the Transformative Climate Communities program.

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Great Question! How did Sacramento come to have so many trees?

by Randol White, Capital Public Radio

How did Sacramento come to be known as the City of Trees, and what's in store for our urban forest?

Find out in the first story in Capital Public Radio's new series, "Great Question!"

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Sowing the seeds for a better city

by Marc Schultz, Work for Good

Ever wondered what it's like to have a career at the Tree Foundation?

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How to keep your trees happy after hail and drought

by Debbie Arrington, The Sacramento Bee

Drought or no drought, this year has been tough on trees.

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