Tag Archives: Arcadia Oak Woodlands

…But He Cannot Save Them from Fools

Here is the whole quote from John Muir: God has cared for these trees, saved them from drought, disease, avalanche and a thousand tempests and floods. But he cannot save them from fools. As I write this morning, the oak … Continue reading

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Update on Arcadia Oak Woodland from L.A. Creek Freak

This post by L.A. Creek Freak is the only new information I’ve been able to find online today.  It mentions a protest in front of the Hall of Administration building downtown at 9 a.m. I am hoping for a big … Continue reading

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And the Vigil Continues…..

I have not heard anything new as of this morning about the fate of the Arcadia Oak Woodland due to be demolished on Wednesday this week. I have a call in to Supervisor Antonovich’s office and I am waiting for … Continue reading

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Querqus catastrophicus ‘Arcadia’

On Wednesday, January 12, 2011, 11 acres of pristine oak woodland in Arcadia are slated for demolition so the site can be used as a dump for sediment from the Santa Anita Dam. 179 mature oaks trees plus dozens of … Continue reading

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