On Saturday, December 3, 1:00pm. at the Craib Picnic Area in Joaquin Miller Park, FOSC will be hosting a subsequent field meeting to discuss Sudden Oak Death management and to demonstrate treatment techniques. A flyer of the event can be downloaded at www.sausalcreek.org
To learn more about Sudden Oak Death and its its spread into the East Bay follow the links below:
Dr. Matteo Garbelotto's Laboratory www.matteolab.org
Oak Mortality Task Force www.suddenoakdeath.org
SOD-Blitz Results for 2011: http://nature.berkeley.edu/garbelotto/english/sodblitzresults2011.php
Results: Sudden Oak Death Mapping in Garber, Golden Hour Restoration Institute blog post:
http://goldenhour.org/?p=227. This post features a fabulous picture of the oaks in Garber Park.
Garber Park Stewards blog:
A Serious challenge for Garber Park: Sudden Oak Death Pathogen is Present
This post has a beautiful picture of The Garber Oak to give you a sense of what we stand to lose if we don’t take a proactive approach.
Citizen Scientist Workshop in Garber Park on Sudden Oak Death. A copy of the handout can be found on the Garber Park Stewards Blog Post, April 16, 2011
SF Examiner, Deadly tree disease, sudden oak death, found in the Presidio. 3/29/11
SF Chronicle. Sudden oak death cases jump, spread in Bay Area 10/2/2011
Oakland Tribune. Oak Killing mold spreads in East Bay 10/31/11
SF Examiner, Deadly Oak Scourge threatens Burlingame Hills trees, 11/10/11
For questions and further information please contact Shelagh at email@example.com or visit our blog www.garberparkstewards.com.