The opportunity to learn about the increasingly relevant topic of urban wood utilization in California does not come around often and is not to be missed. We urge you to join urban forest managers, researchers, industry professionals and woodworkers alike as we entertain the conversation of expanding and sustaining our urban forest products market by considering the true value of trees for more than just the benefits they give us while alive.
Opening Reception Thursday Evening April 2, 2015
Conference Friday & Saturday April 3rd & 4th, 2015
Industry Leaders in Technology, Research, Design, Education, Woodworking, Mechanics, Best Practices & Funding
Palomar College – Cabinet & Furniture Technology Department
San Marcos, CA
Registration and Agenda Available
February 13, 2015!
Thanks to our Sponsors, Speakers and Attendees
for possibly the best conference ever!
2014 California Urban and Community Forestry Conference
"A wonderful thank you to you and your staff!
The 2014 California Urban & Community Forests Conference
was the best professional gathering I have ever attended.
From the quality of the speakers, the venue,
soiree and conference agenda, I am extremely happy
I received the opportunity to attend.
Looking forward to next years event."
Here's some of the networking, fun, and amazing educational
opportunities that were part of the 2014 conference!
2012 Partners in Community Forestry National Conference
November 13-15, 2012 in Sacramento, CA
We were proud to recognize the California Urban Forests Council
2011 California Urban Forestry Award Winners
Click here for the press release
Click here for full list of recipients
Click here for the Presentation from the Awards Ceremony
2011 California Urban and Community Forest Conference:
Connecting people, trees and communities
September 15 - 17, 2011 in Palo Alto, CA
2010 California Urban and Community Forest Conference
Pechanga Resort in Temecula, California!
Conference participants and 2010 CAUFC Board President, Cindy McCall, join Pechanga's Raymond Basquez Jr., of the Cultural Resources Department, for a ceremonial tree planting!
CaUFC awards Doug Wildman (Program Director of Friends of the Urban Forest), and Kelaine Vargas (Project Lead of SF Urban Forest Map), for their innovative SF Urban Forest Map.
Pechanga's 2000 year-old oak inspires the group.
We are enormously grateful to our 2010 Conference sponsors: