Acorns To Oaks At Oakland Zoo

The Oakland Zoo’s horticulture staff is collaborating with 10th and 11th graders at Sustainable Urban Design Academy (SUDA), Girl Scouts of Northern California, and the PUEBLO community group to plant more than 200 trees, 100 of which will be native oaks. “Our partnership with Oakland Zoo and CAL FIRE is a great example of connecting schools, community partners and state resources to provide for authentic, tangible, and meaningful projects that benefit all of the individual participants, the community, and the planet as …


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