Tree Talk: Apple Campus 2: Growing a Forest
Dear Friend of Canopy -
Apple Campus 2
Canopy is sponsoring a tree talk for Apple to share its plans for the Apple Campus 2 including planting 7,000 trees.
Join Dave Muffly, Apple arborist, and others on Saturday, August 24th at the Lucie Stern Community Center.
Thank You, Pruning Volunteers
Thanks to our pruning volunteers who participated in a pruning workshop with Brian Kempf and pruned 139 trees over four follow-up work days.
If you've received training and would like more pruning practice, please join us on August 3rd at Cesar Chavez Elementary where we'll prune 14 Chinese elms. Sign up.
Thank You, Young Tree Care Survey Volunteers: Route & Data Entry Volunteers Needed
Thank you to all who have participated in this year's young tree care survey. With your support, we've surveyed 29 routes.
We still have 13 routes to survey. Contact Michael Hawkins
to sign up and complete a route or two on your schedule.
In addition, we're seeking volunteers to enter the tree care survey data.
Become a Planting Leader
Come to our free two-part planting leader training workshop. Learn how to plant trees and lead volunteers at Canopy plantings in Palo Alto, East Palo Alto, and neighboring communities.
Trainees are required to volunteer at two Canopy plantings and one tree care work day between October and March.
PART 1: CLASSROOM TRAINING:
Date: Thursday, September 19th - 5:30-7:00PM OR Friday, September 20th - 5:30-7:00PM
Place: Canopy Office, 3921 East Bayshore Road, Palo Alto
PART 2: HANDS-ON TRAINING:
Date: Saturday, September 21st- 9:00AM-12:00PM
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The Wonder Is....
Red Flowering Gum, Corymbia ficifolia (formerly Eucalyptus ficifolia), photo by Kim Acker
The wonder is that we can see these trees and not wonder more.
Ralph Waldo Emerson