Located at the Woodland Community and Senior Center, Woodland's Legacy Grove provides an opportunity for the public to honor a person, family, or group by dedicating a tree or bench. With support from the City Council, the City of Woodland and volunteers from the Woodland Tree Foundation worked together to plant the Legacy Grove, following a plan by design professional Jerry Stacionis.
In early 2016, 105 trees were planted in the Legacy Grove. The plantings consist of a mixture of canopy trees for shade and understory trees for screening. The Legacy Grove was developed to replace removed trees resulting from the City's solar projects and highlights the City's efforts to mitigate climate change. For more information, visit the Environmental Services page.
Woodland's Legacy Grove gives you three ways to honor a person, family, or group, they are:
The cost is $350 and varieties include:
Permanent benches are being installed throughout the Grove. In addition to honoring individuals, inscribed benches provide you the opportunity to permanently honor organizations or groups. The cost is $3,000.
Your substantial gift will help make permanent improvements to the grove and will be recognized on a stone monument at the Grove entrance.
Applications (PDF) for tree and bench dedications can be submitted beginning on March 18, 2017. Dedications will be available on a first-come-first-served basis. Please print the application and either mail it or bring it to the Woodland Community and Senior Center located at:
2001 E Street
Woodland, CA 95776
If you have questions, please contact Westley Schroeder, Park Superintendent at 530-661-2000 or by email.