|Mark Your Calendar:
|CANOPY TREE WALKS
2nd Saturday of every month from 10 AM-12 PM. Rain or shine. Free.
March 13: Junior Museum & Zoo
April 10: Gamble Garden
May 8: Main Library & Art Center
June 12: Greenmeadow
Details at the Canopy Calendar.
CANOPY ACTIVITIES & EVENTS
STRUCTURAL PRUNING WORKSHOP: March 5, 9:15 AM, Email to sign up.
ARBOR DAY CELEBRATION: March 13, 10 AM-1 PM, Canopy and the City of Palo Alto will hold a Family Arbor Day Celebration and
Children's Tree Walk at the
Junior Museum and Zoo. Certified Arborist Carole Langston will lead the Tree Walk. Plant a tree, listen to tree
stories, sing tree songs and join in kids tree activities. Free.
EARTH DAY FARMERS MARKET CELEBRATION: April 18th, 8 AM-1 PM, Visit the Canopy info. table on California Ave.
OTHER ACTIVITIES & LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES
VOLUNTEER FRUIT TREE PRUNING: March 7, 10 AM-4 PM with nonprofit Magic and Arborist Dave Muffly. Email Dave to sign up.
VOLUNTEER FRUIT TREE PRUNING (East Palo Alto Charter School): March 10, 3:30 PM-5:30 PM, with Collective Roots and Arborist Dave Muffly. Email Dave to sign up.
CITY PROCLAMATION FOR BETTY MELTZER HIGHWAY: March 15, 7 PM, The Palo Alto City Council will make a proclamation in honor of the dedication of the Betty Meltzer Memorial Highway.
ADAPTING TO CLIMATE CHANGE TALK: March 16, 7-9 PM, Lecture with Peter Drekmeier. Lucie Stern Comm. Center. Free.
SHARING NATURE WITH CHILDREN TALK: April 9, 7-8:30 PM, Lecture with Joseph Cornell. Living Wisdom School. Free.
CITY OF PALO ALTO EARTH DAY ACTIVITIES: April 15-24, Visit City of Palo Alto for details.
SPRING WILDFLOWER SHOW: April 24 & 25, 10 AM-4 PM, California Native Plant Society, Santa Clara Chapter, Mission College. Free.
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|FREE WORKSHOP: Structural Pruning
Trade Volunteer Time for Tree Training
|As part of the ongoing East Palo Alto Tree Initiative, join Canopy and Board-Certified Arborist Dave Muffly for the ins and outs of proper young tree structural training on a wide variety of trees species.
Early pruning is often the most important a tree receives in its entire lifespan: good initial training can add decades to the life of a tree. The field portion of the program will take place within a group of more than 900 trees Canopy planted in 2007. The planting includes both trees you see everyday and rare and highly successful exotic oaks.
When: March 5, 9:15 AM-3:30 PM
Where: Canopy, 3921 East Bayshore, Palo Alto
Cost: FREE if you sign up for 3 Tree Care work days in 2010.
Contact email@example.com to sign up.
3.75 CEU's available for Certified Arborists.
|FAMILY ARBOR DAY CELEBRATION
Tree Fun for Children!
Canopy and The City of Palo Alto will hold an Arbor Day Celebration and
Children's Tree Walk at the
Junior Museum and Zoo. Certified Arborist Carole Langston will lead a fun kids' Tree Walk.
Come celebrate trees for
all the benefits and beauty they provide. Plant a tree, listen to tree
stories, sing tree songs and join in kids tree activities!
When: March 13, 10 AM-12 PM
Where: Junior Museum and Zoo, 1451 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto
|UPDATE: PARDEE PARK EUCALYPTUS TREES|
|City officials met with residents at Pardee Park on Wednesday, February 24th, after a large Eucalyptus limb fell off a tree. City Arborist Eric Krebs has inspected the Park trees and is preparing a report and a plan to address possible hazards. A follow-up meeting will be announced.
Read more at Palo Alto Online.
|LOVE TREES? GOT A KEYBOARD?|
We're seeking an office volunteer
|Canopy's looking for temporary help with computer projects that can be done in our office or remotely. We have a number of program support tasks including web-based data entry and list sorting that would require several hours a week for the next few months.
Please email if interested!
|LOVE TREES? LIKE TO SHOP?|
Anthropologie Celebrates Earth Day with Canopy
Anthropologie's Palo Alto store will celebrate Earth Day with kids' activities and an information table for Canopy. Join us for a relaxing morning, shopping and learning.
When: April 24, 10 AM-12 PM
Where: Anthropologie, 999 Alma Street, Palo Alto