Come join us for a review of projects your support has helped to fund! These Britton Fund projects dating back to 2014 include the following: A multi-year research grant designed to provide planners information on which trees to plant as our climate changes. A fungal decay assay providing new insights into which decay fungi are
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Join us for our annual volunteer work day on Oct. 13th. Tent camping available (no RV camping) at Anthony Chabot Regional Park Oct. 12 -13 (see website below).tent camping or RV camping available at Fairyland. Come for Friday for prep work, participate on Saturday Work Day and enjoy Children’ Fairyland. After registration, a confirmation will
Our partnership with the TreeCircus brings quality urban forestry education to school children across California and Hawaii. To see when their next school tour is, visit treecircus.org. This energetic stage show is interactive, educational and captivating for all ages. Edutainer Timmy Womick covers it all, from urban particulate pollution to basic tree biology, while keeping
October 7, 2016 Stanford University, Tresidder Student Union Join us for a day of learning how to make your certification work for you! We’ll be covering the evolution and changes to the Risk Assessment BMP and Managing Trees During Construction BMP. We’ll talk about how an ANSI Standard is created by user participation. How would
The 10th Annual Britton Fund Ride will take place on May 8, 2017 in San Diego, CA. Our event will start at Paradise Point Resort and go for 30, 60, or 90 miles to help us increase research and education in tree care. The ride includes a tree planting and ceremony at a local elementary school,
Thank you to all who attended our annual volunteer work day on Nov. 5, 2016, hosted by the Western Chapter ISA! Our volunteer arborists provided free tree work in exchange for a $15,000 donation to The Britton Fund.
The 9th Annual Britton Fund Ride took place on May 2, 2016 in Orange County, CA. Our event started at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim and went for 30, 60, or 90 miles to help us generate funding for increased research and education in tree care. Not only is The Britton Fund Ride about endurance, it’s