Tree Planting: Emerald Fire Restoration Site April 22
Emerald Fire Pullout on Hwy 89 Across from Cascade Road, South Lake Tahoe, CA
Posted By: Sugar Pine Foundation
What to wear:
Clothes that can get dirty
Layers for staying warm
Sun protection: sunglasses, sunscreen, hat, long sleeve shirt
Sturdy shoes or boots
What to bring:
Hard hat (if you have one)
Gloves (if you have them)
What will be provided:
Join The Sugar Pine Foundation for a fun and educational Earth Day planting trees in the Emerald Fire burned area. Sugar pines are declining due to historic logging, altered fire regimes, an invasive fungus called white pine blister rust, and climate change. You can make a difference by helping plant pine seedlings and restore the burned area with a diverse tree species.
We will meet at the Emerald Fire pullout off of Highway 89 across from Cascade Road in South Lake Tahoe.
Special thanks to One Tree Planted for supporting this event!