Woodland Tree Foundation - Hero

Educating, Planting, Partnering

The Woodland Tree Foundation is a non-profit organization run by volunteers dedicated to improving Woodland through the planting of trees. Our motto is Building Community Through Canopy.

In June 2000, a group of Woodland leaders came together to achieve a clear set of goals:

  • To Educate residents, local government, schools, local businesses and others in the community about the health, economic, and environmental benefits of a healthy tree canopy in Woodland
  • To Plant and care for trees to beautify and cool Woodland streets and public spaces
  • To Partner with the City, community groups, schools, businesses and individuals to stretch dollars and other resources on behalf of trees

Our work has been recognized by organizations throughout the state. Woodland Tree Foundation was featured in California ReLeaf’s on-line publication ReLeaf at Work, and we are proud to have received the Sacramento Tree Foundation’s Austin B. Carroll Tree Hero award as well as the "Democracy Works Award" from the Woodland League of Women Voters.

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Woodland, City of Trees.

By Steve Radosevich

While walking around my yard this morning thinking about my landscape plants and the sweltering days to come, I first noticed the light green leaf tips emerging on some of the nearby shade trees in the neighborhood. Hooray, re-leaf and relief are on the way, and once again the summer will be more bearable, thanks to these wonderful shade trees.

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City of Trees

London Plane trees shade Elm Street, Woodland. Woodland, City of Trees. By Steve Radosevich, Board Member, Woodland Tree Foundation While the current stretch of warm weather in Woodland is welcomed by many, […]
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Free trees still available for Woodland Residents! 

Do you know a friend or neighbor who would enjoy having more shade and natural beauty in their yard? Woodland homeowners and renters are encouraged to contact Woodland Tree Foundation […]
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Wintertime Tree Planting on State Route 113

Over twenty years ago Woodland Tree Foundation began fall and winter tree planting on a mostly barren five-mile segment of the State Route 113 ribbon of highway linking Woodland and […]
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