Trees for Tomorrow: Free Tree Give Away
Attention residents of West Sacramento north of the Barge Canal!
Would you like a free tree delivered to your house? If your yard could use more summer shade and is within the project area, you can sign up to receive a free tree that will keep you and your community thriving!
Sign up to attend a workshop and get a free tree below.
Trees for Tomorrow
The Trees for Tomorrow program provides free trees to homes, businesses, schools, and parks north of the Barge Canal in West Sacramento neighborhoods with low tree canopy. Together, with the City of West Sacramento, community members, and volunteers, we will plant and care for 1,000 new trees throughout West Sacramento!
If you live in West Sacramento, here’s how you can get involved:
• Plant a free tree at your home if you live in the project area
• Organize a tree planting event in your neighborhood, school, or park
• Volunteer with us at a tree planting event
If you would like to attend, host a workshop for your neighborhood or learn more about the Trees for Tomorrow program, please contact Tree Davis at (530) 758-7337 or email@example.com.
Trees For Tomorrow & the Yolo County Office of Education
As part of our Trees for Tomorrow program, Tree Davis is working in partnership with the Yolo County Office of Education to extend resources and opportunities to students at Washington Middle College High School in West Sacramento. High school students are leading tree plantings in their communities with younger children at elementary schools in the target area of the Trees for Tomorrow project. The student leaders participating in this career- and college-readiness program are learning first-hand about urban forestry, natural resources, public health, as well as civic engagement. The entire Washington Middle College High School student body was able to participate in an Arbor Day career panel on March 7th, 2018. This gave students the chance to meet and engage with professional mentors and learn about careers in all sectors (public, private, non-profit, education). We are thrilled about our partnership with Yolo County Office of Education and the opportunity to include students as we accomplish our planting goals in the City of West Sacramento and cultivate the next generation of tree ambassadors.