OAK TREE CARE
California Oaks, a project of California Wildlife Foundation, is dedicated to the conservation and perpetuation of California’s native oak woodlands. California Oak’s educates the general public and decision-makers about the importance of oak woodlands to California’s wildlife habitat, watersheds, and quality of life through its newsletters, bulletins, books, symposia, and workshops.
Brochures available online in PDF format:
Articles of Interest (PDF format)
Out on a Limb with Mistletoe
By David Lukas, Published by Bay Nature Magazine October-December 2007
Blue Oaks Adapt to Dry Summer
Information on the variety of characteristics of blue oaks that prepare them for long seasons of no rain.
Oak Habitat Restoration Project
Volunteers harvested and planted acorns, then installed tree shelters and watered the resulting seedlings. The project became a unit of the Walnut Creek Open Space Foundation.
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