Thank you to the volunteers who helped plant trees!

Thank you to all the volunteers who spent time in April to help plant 100 trees in Open Space as a result of the award of a generous grant through Cal Fire's ReLeaf program.  Since the Tubbs Firestorm, the OSMA has actively pursued grant opportunities to help restore our Open Space more quickly and without implementing an increase in dues. Working with Cal Fire and support from the OSMA Board, Lynn Lankford, with help from Dennis Searles, successfully obtained the ReLeaf grant of approximately $40,000!

This ReLeaf grant provided funds to not only acquire 100 trees to plant on the visible commutes along the Parkway and Parker Hill Road, but also funds for irrigation, supplies and pre-digging the planting holes.

More volunteer planting opportunities may be coming this fall.  Make sure you're on the official OSMA email list if you'd like to be kept abreast of all the latest goings on!

More information on ReLeaf can be found HERE.