The 2,400 Trees Campaign is a community-wide effort coordinated jointly by the City of Woodland and the Woodland Tree Foundation. The City’s Climate Action Plan calls for increasing Woodland’s community tree canopy 50% by 2020 by planting 6,000 new trees between 2014 and 2020 and maintaining and nurturing existing trees. As an initial step toward this target, Mayor Stallard has announced a goal of planting 2,400 trees community-wide in 24 months (July 1, 2014 to June 30, 2016).
Hey, Yolo County kids! Join Radio Disney on Friday, August 15th @ 6 - 7:30 pm on the East Stage inside the Yolo County Fair.
Radio Disney will be rocking out with cool music, earth friendly games and lots of prizes! Take the pledge to recycle and stick around to create your own recycled craft!
Even with the current drought situation, the City is required to employ some practices that may appear wasteful to the public but are required in order to provide safe and clean potable (drinking) water to the community. These practices include flushing water through our well columns, through distribution lines, and from our wells from time to time.
Energy Benefits Yolo has been officially launched countywide in conjunction with April 22 Earth Day activities. This innovative program pools participants’ buying power to secure significant discounts on solar energy installations and energy upgrades from participating, pre-qualified contractors. No-obligation registration continues through June 30 for all Yolo County residents and residents of neighboring communities who work in Yolo County.
To see program details, to register interest in a home energy efficiency audit, or to sign up for a no-cost solar evaluation, visit www.mygroupenergy.com/yolo.
Click here for a description of the program in a recent Daily Democrat piece by Vice Mayor Tom Stallard.