The 2,400 Trees Campaign was a community-wide effort coordinated jointly by the City of Woodland and the Woodland Tree Foundation with funding assistance from PG&E and the John and Eunice Davidson Fund. The campaign goal of planting 2,400 trees in 24 months (July 2014 to June 2016) was achieved in March 2016 with the planting of trees in the Legacy Tree Grove on Arbor Day.
The City’s Climate Action Plan calls for increasing Woodland’s community tree canopy by a net increase of 6,000 trees planted along streets, in parking lots, and in open space areas and 2,500 building shade trees by 2020, and a net increase of 10,500 trees planted along streets, in parking lots, and in open space areas and 6,000 building shade trees by 2035.
Next for the Campaign
The City of Woodland in partnership with the Woodland Tree Foundation and community volunteers still have a lot of tree planting to do to meet the City's Climate Action Plan goals.