We were excited to work with the following San Francisco Bay Area Planting Partners (Grantees) for the 2014 Invest From the Ground Up Community Tree Planting Program.  Please click on the links below for more information on planting locations and more for the big planting day – February 15, 2014!

San Francisco Bay Area Planting Partners

  • City of Brisbane - Trees planted at Community Park near the 101 freeway. >> More Info
  • Canopy (Palo Alto) – Trees planted at Willow Oaks School in Menlo Park. >> More Info0613_OT_Scouts
  • City of Concord - Trees planted at Boatwright Sports Complex near 2 parking lots. >> More Info
  • City of El Cerrito – Street trees planted on the following streets, predominated with moderate to low income multi-family dwellings: El Dorado, Avila, Central, & Carlson. >> More Info
  • City of Milpitas – Trees planted in Cardoza Park surrounding highly populated neighborhood near schools and disadvantaged areas. >> More Info
  • City of Morgan Hill – Trees planted in four sites: Paradise Park, Galvan Park, Jackson Park and Butterfield, an undeveloped parcel adjacent to a stormwater channel. >> More Info
  • City of Rohnert Park – Trees planted at Eagle Park to replace dying existing trees. >> More Info
  • City of South San Francisco - Trees planted in two high traffic public sites.>> More Info
  • History San Jose (Almaden) – Trees planted at History Park. >> More Info
  • Friends of the Urban Forest (San Francisco) - Trees planted in communities in Crocker Amazon, Oceanview/Ingleside/Merced, South of Market and Outer Mission.  >> More Info
  • Urban Biofilter (Oakland) – Trees planted at Chabot Park. >> More Info
  • Urban Releaf (Oakland) – Trees planted along busy and barren strip of San Leandro Blvd.  The neighborhood is ecologically degraded and subject of high rates of asthma. >> More Info

Invest From the Ground Up - Community Tree Planting is a regional tree planting and education program led by California Urban Forests Council (CaUFC) and the Western Chapter of the International Society of Arboriculture (WCISA).  Please visit our Tree Planting Page for more details.

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