Year of Project: 2007
Trees Planted:29,560

This two-phase project aims to improve habitat for Central Valley Chinook salmon and steelhead and Sacramento River Chinook salmon in the Battle Creek watershed. In the s… Read More

Tehama Tree Planting Project

Year Planted: 2007

Trees Planted: 29,560
Location: California

This two-phase project aims to improve habitat for Central Valley Chinook salmon and steelhead and Sacramento River Chinook salmon in the Battle Creek watershed. In the spring, 29,560 ponderosa pine, incense cedar, Douglas-fir, and black oak were planted. In the fall, valley oak and blue oak acorns were collected and planted by the Student and Landowner Education and Watershed Stewardship Program. American Forests partnered with the Tehama County Resource Conservation District on the project.


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Tehama Tree Planting Project

Year Planted: 2007
Trees Planted: 29,560
Location: California

This two-phase project aims to improve habitat for Central Valley Chinook salmon and steelhead and Sacramento River Chinook salmon in the Battle Creek watershed. In the spring, 29,560 ponderosa pine, incense cedar, Douglas-fir, and black oak were planted. In the fall, valley oak and blue oak acorns were collected and planted by the Student and Landowner Education and Watershed Stewardship Program. American Forests partnered with the Tehama County Resource Conservation District on the project.



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