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American River Parkway Foundation Adopt a Grove

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What does it mean to adopt a grove?  A grove consist of 85 to 150 trees. The trees are valley oak, interior live oak, California box elder, Oregon ash and California sycamore. These trees are planted to bring about re-forestation of the riparian corridor that is the American River. To insure the success of these seedlings each grove is to be adopted by a team of committed parkway supporters that will agree to perform the following tasks:

Watering, weekly
Weed Removal, as needed
Cage Repair, as needed
Report and Replace Dead Trees
Circulate Tools among your Adopt-a- Grove participants

The most important task is watering on a weekly or bi-weekly basis as needed  during these specified months.

Tools will be provided by the American River Parkway Foundation and where needed, delivered.

Oak Grove Volunteers.  Click here to here to see our current list of volunteer stewards.

Adopt a Grove Work Report.  Click here to submit your work form summary

If you would like to volunteer to adopt a grove please send email to mocko@arpf.org.

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