For A Good Cause

The NeighborWoods program of the Sacramento Tree Foundation plans to embark on a REALLY BIG project this month with the Twin Rivers Unified School District:

Planting nearly 600 trees on Dec. 13 and Dec. 14.

The trees will help shade the school district’s 61 campuses (some of which are located in Natomas) and maintenance yards. The trees will help with district energy bills and add beauty to some deserving schools.

Plantings will take place in the North Highlands/Rio Linda area one day and the Grant/Del Paso Heights area the other day. All trees will be planted by volunteers and this is a great opportunity for school kids to earn community service hours.

For more information contact:

Lizz Bippus
NeighborWoods Coordinator
Sacramento Tree Foundation
916 924-8733 ext. 106
[email protected]

NeighborWoods seeks to bring the benefits of trees and community action to the public places of Sacramento County. Through a partnership with SMUD, the program provides education and tree planting opportunities to thousands of people every year, ensuring a legacy of green parks and schools for generations to come.


  1. Thanks so much for posting this. Let’s take the voter’s mandate for change and make it personal. This is one of many ways to help improve Sacramento by working together. BAS

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