Woodland Tree Foundation awarded a California ReLeaf grant for $23,320 to increase Woodland’s shade coverage in low canopy areas
The grant will pay for new shade trees for the following Woodland projects.
1. Neighborhoods in the core area of Woodland between Fourth Street-Matmor-Beamer St and Gum Ave.
2. Yolo Housing complex on Lemen Ave. and Donnelly Circle.
3. Woodland Regional Park (scheduled for January 15 on Martin Luther King holiday weekend)
4. Woodland Public High School (involving student service clubs)
5. Yolo County Fairgrounds
Volunteers needed! Sign up a co. Specific tree planting dates to be announced for this fall and winter.
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 three goals: Educate, Plant, and Partner.