Volunteers make the Woodland Tree Foundation’s work possible. With the help of hundreds of dedicated and hard working volunteers, the Woodland Tree Foundation has been planting trees in Woodland and the surrounding area since June 2000.
And we have many other projects in the works. We are always planting at schools, in neighborhoods and along Highway 113.
Join us this year as we plant even more trees in and around Woodland.
View volunteer opportunities below and fill out the form at the bottom of this page if you would like to join us!
Arbor Day Celebration and Tree Planting March 6, 2021
Join the City of Woodland and the Woodland Tree Foundation on Saturday, March 6 at 8:30 am to celebrate Arbor Day with a community-wide tree planting. A short program will be held at Crawford Park, 1733 College Street, Woodland, including instructions on proper tree planting and care. City Environmental Services staff will also be present to provide information on water conservation, green waste, composting, and other conservation-related topics.
Volunteers will be broken up into COVID compliant family/household groups to assist with planting of approximately 50 trees. Some groups will plant trees at Harris Park, Streng Pond, Woodside Park and Ferns Park. Due to COVID restrictions, groups from the same household are needed to plant trees as we cannot group individuals together. Volunteers are encouraged to wear sturdy shoes and to bring shovels and gloves, though some supplies will be provided. No experience is necessary for this family-friendly event. Email , JustServe: Home or call Woodland Community Services at (530) 661-2000 to sign up and for more information.
HIGHWAY 113 BEAUTIFICATION [Ongoing]
The Tree Foundation is working with TreeDavis to create a “corridor of trees” along Highway 113 between Woodland and Davis, from I-80 to I-5. If you are 18 years or older, join us on occasional tree planting mornings (and to water trees in the summer). Call (530) 662-9202 or email to volunteer.