Volunteers needed to stop SOD from killing oak trees.

In California, sudden oak death disease has killed more than 50 million of the state’s iconic oaks and tanoak trees between Humboldt County and Monterey County, threatening survival of several tree species. In 2019 alone, 1 million tanoaks succumbed to sudden oak death (SOD), according to 2019 tree mortality data released by the U.S. Forest Service.

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There are over 20 species of native California oaks. Several of these are endemic and grow naturally nowhere outside of California, while others are more wide ranging and grow from Canada to Mexico. There are both shrubby oak species that never grow more than a few feet tall, as well as oaks that attain a tree form.

Oak woodlands are one of the richest broad habitats in the state with ...more ↓

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