SUFA is a volunteer group supporting the City of Sunnyvale and its residents in the planting and care of the City's Urban Forest.
Next SUFA Meeting: September 20, 2018
Our next meeting will take place September 20, 2018, (Thursday) at 7 p.m. in the Conference Room of the Community Center, 550 E. Remington Dr.
In October we will meet on the 25th (Thursday) at 7 p.m. in the Conference Room at the Community Center.
All are welcome!
Talk on the Urban Forest and Candidates’ Forum on September 22nd, Saturday, at the Sunnyvale Library, Olive Ave., starting at 3 pm.
Leonard Dunn, Urban Landscape Manager in Sunnyvale, will talk on “Why Trees? Why are they important and what they do for us.” The emphasis of the talk will be on taking a look at trees beyond their aesthetic value and exploring how they are important to us a human beings living here on planet Earth.
At 4 p.m. the candidates for the City Council election in November will speak on their accomplishments and /or interest in promoting Sunnyvale’s urban forest. Questions will be taken from the audience after the candidates have introduced themselves and their platform.
Everyone is welcome!
We have found some interesting videos and articles related to the benefits of having lots of trees in urban settings. If you know of others, please let us know!
Click here to see more upcoming events, and here for an archive of past events.
Join in and nominate one or more trees in Sunnyvale that you think are worthy of distinction because of age, size or other. Email your photos to email@example.com . Please note the species, location and approximate age of the tree(s) when submitting to SUFA.