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Summer Leaf Drop

In the fall and winter, deciduous trees drop their leaves and are dormant through the cold months. But, if your tree is losing its leaves during the summertime, it’s likely a sign of stress.

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Tree grant to bear fruit for north Sacramento

Caring for Trees in our Mediterranean Climate

Greenprint Summit 2014

Trees and Drought

Sacramento urban forest makes Top 10 list

How-To See all

Plant a Tree

Learn the answers to these questions:

  • How wide should I dig the hole when I plant shade trees?
  • How high above the soil level should the top of the root ball be?

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Summer Tree Tips

Summer is the season to regular water your tree. Learning how to deep water your young tree is the most important thing you can do it ensure its survival. 

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Events See all

Pest & Disease Workshop

Sacramento Tree Foundation Office

Saturday, September 27 10:00A - 11:30A

This class will focus on common pests and diseases that trees in our region are facing. From climate stress to poor care, many factors can cause pest and disease problems for your tree. Learn how to combat and prevent these issues while creating an environment for beneficial insects to thrive.

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FREE Tree Preservation Workshop

Stock Ranch Nature Preserve

Saturday, September 27

Do you have questions about caring for your native trees? Learn best practices in tree preservation from industry experts. The workshop will cover topics such as: landscaping under oak trees; basic tree care (irrigation, fertilizing, and pruning); as well as pest and disease prevention.

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