Last week, RSF community members came out to Arroyo Park for a tree-planting event hosted by three local organizations. The Committee on the Natural Environment (CONE), the Stanford Club of San Diego, and the Tree San Diego Organization participated in a tree-planting demonstration.
CONE works toward protecting RSF’s rural environment and provides education on natural resources. The committee has compiled a listing of suitable plants for residents to learn more about plant diversification in RSF.
Tree San Diego is a local nonprofit which helps RSF protect its endangered tree canopy by providing proper management strategies and biodiversification. Their goal is to significantly impact the quantity of quality urban forest throughout the county and make San Diego a healthier place to live, work, and play.
From the RSF Review, “The Stanford Club of San Diego, part of the Stanford Alumni Association, is helping to sponsor the event and has invited its members to participate. The Stanford Club of San Diego endeavors to create and maintain an ongoing Stanford connection for alumni and parents by developing quality local programs and services that educate, entertain and reunite.”
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