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Tree San Diego in the news
Check out the latest news and publications highlighting Tree San Diego's work and its ongoing commitment to San Diego's urban forest. Stay tuned for new developments and keep in touch with our team by signing up for the monthly Tree San Diego Leaflet Newsletter!
La Mesa is offering free trees to residents as part of their Climate Action Plan. The city has partnered with Tree San Diego to achieve its tree-planting goals and Executive Director Elektra Fike-Data weighs in on the collective effort.
Tree San Diego was honored to join SB Annual Conference attendees in the field last year teaching volunteers the benefits of trees and how to plant them. The recap video featuring our team and the incredible effort by attendees is now live on the event site. Check out the clip!
Arborist Chuck Morgan shares how the colder temperatures of this year's San Diego May gray and June gloom are delaying the Jacarandas' signature bloom.
Our TSD Director shares the recent success of Treejectory+ and explains how the program brings the benefits of trees to San Diegans throughout the county.
Tree San Diego's Project Manager promotes Treejectory+ by explaining how the program works and benefits its trainees.
Our TSD team discusses how Treejectory+ offers paid training with arborists and networking within the urban forestry industry.
San Diego has committed itself to nearly doubling its tree canopy by 2030, requiring a nearly fivefold increase in the number of trees it plants in a year.
San Diego County Chevrolet dealers and nonprofit Tree San Diego join efforts to plant 100 trees in the community.
Scott Paul, Taylor’s Director of Natural Resource Sustainability, serves as Tree San Diego’s Board Chair and participates in ongoing tree planting events under this grant.
Tree San Diego is one of seven local nonprofits that will receive $180,000 in grants from The San Diego Foundation to develop programs to draw young people to careers in green industries.
Tree San Diego partners with the City of La Mesa, CalFire and Urban Corps to plant trees in Aztec Park in La Mesa.
SD Voyager interviews Tree San Diego to give an introduction into the life and work of their organization.
Collaboration between Tree San Diego, SDG&E, and City of San Diego supports climate action goals and addresses climate equity in underserved neighborhoods.
CA Chief Service Officer Josh Fryday and CA Secretary for Natural Resources Wade Crowfoot announce new fellowship projects and kick off recruitment for the California Climate Action Corps,
The San Diego Foundation awards grants to Tree San Diego and other nonprofits to enhance green job opportunities for youth.
Planting trees in San Diego’s urban forest as one of the top ways to volunteer and give back.
Kurt Peacock, an ISA-certified arborist with Tree San Diego, spoke with KPBS Midday Edition on Wednesday about the importance of saving the sequoias.
The San Diego County Toyota Dealers and Trees San Diego partnered to donate trees for La Mesita Park in celebration of Arbor Day.
A pair of nonprofits, in conjunction with Native American Heritage Month, distributed and planted hundreds of trees on the San Pasqual Reservation on Sunday, November 14.
Tree San Diego receives $1.18 million in grant funding from Cal Fire for its Branch Out San Diego project, which aims to plant 1,575 trees throughout the county beginning this fall.
Taylor Guitars and Original Grain have partnered to make a series of watches made with donated Cameroonian ebony and Californian Shamel ash with 10% of proceeds donated to Tree San Diego.
Residents and community leaders discuss the importance of climate action plan measures, including urban forestry and planting goals.
Forest health a top priority of RSF Association committee as they plan an update of the Forest Health Study to ensure Rancho Santa Fe is always moving toward a balance between a vibrant forest and a community that is fire safe.
Branch Out San Diego is the region’s first mass residential tree planting that will bring urban forestry benefits directly to San Diego County residents.