The California Urban Forests Council's vision is that California's communities will be cleaner, healthier and more prosperous through collaborative action and investments in urban forests and urban greening.
This site is another wide ranging resource with links to an incredible breadth of information about trees.
California Urban Forests Council
|Office Address:||555 Northgate Dr, Suite 225
San Rafael, CA 94903
The Western Chapter of the ISA is your local link to getting quality training to become an arborist, tree worker, or improve your skills in both careers. Here are some of the benefits to membership.
The California Garden Web serves as a portal to organize and extend to the public the University of California's vast collection of research-based information about gardening. The California Garden Web focuses on sustainable gardening practices and uses a question and answer format to present solutions. The blog highlights gardening issues pertaining to the season. The California Garden Web was designed by the University of California Master Gardener Program.
- Why should I plant a tree?
- Where could I plant a tree?
- How do I choose the right tree for my location?
- What do I need to know about buying and planting a tree?
- How do I keep my tree healthy and vigorous for a lifetime?
- How do I manage weeds, pests, and diseases?
- What about palm trees? How do I care for them
Urban Forestry is has great value to municipal policy and this office created an advice page for local government.
Here you can find information about:
- State and Federal Programs and Grants
- Resources for Local Governments
- Tree Benefits Information
- Urban Forestry Organizations