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Tree Davis


PO Box 72053, Davis, CA 95617

(530) 758-7337

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Tree Davis is a nonprofit that aims to enhance and expand climate-ready trees and landscapes.

Founded in 1992, the organization works to improve the health and resilience of the surrounding communities through direct action, community engagement, and advocacy. Its goals for future projects include working with the city of Davis to help create a 40-year urban forest management plan, to plant 1,000 trees, and to implement a career and college readiness program in urban forestry.

Tree Davis offers a variety of programs, such as the Community Canopy program, Great Tree Search, Tribute Trees, Climate-Ready Landscapes and Climate-Ready Urban Forests Education. Each program utilizes unique ways to not only improve the environment but to involve, educate and unite the community.

The nonprofit also has several publicly available resources, including a YouTube series and educational documents on topics such as tree benefits, climate change and tree-planting.

Tree Davis is grateful for its sponsors and partners, in addition to community volunteers and donors. The organization aims to continue its goals to plant trees and grow community for the benefit of Yolo County.

Connecting With Community Groups in Yolo County

Yolo County community groups and nonprofits play a fundamental role in making this a safe and thriving place.

Consider getting involved by volunteering your time, donating money, or both. Above you can learn about what services Tree Davis provides to the community and easily volunteer, donate, register for services, or connect with them on social media. Visit the Yolo County Community Groups directory to see a comprehensive list of organizations on all subjects that are relevant to creating a vibrant local community.

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