Trees for Oroville
CA-RELEAF, Cal Fire, CA Prop 68, & US Dept. of Forestry fund the planting of 321 trees in Oroville
In the fall of 2020, OBGEC became the proud recipient of a grant that furthers our mission by planting trees throughout the Oroville Community.
OBGEC is looking for volunteers to help plant these trees in the following areas:
Dunstone Memorial Hall (Completed)
African American Family & Cultural Center
Feather River Trails
Martin Luther King Jr Park
Southside Community Center
Thermalito Elementary School District (Early February 2021)
Veterans of Foreign Wars
Volunteers: Please bring a shovel & some gloves. You will be provided with beverages, lunch, & masks. Planting begins at 9 AM.
Social distancing guidelines will be observed.
Click below if you're interested in helping support your community!
Funding for this project has been provided through California ReLeaf & the California Department of Forestry & Fire Protection (CAL FIRE). Urban & Community Forestry Program funds made available through the California Drought, Water, Parks, Climate, Coastal Protection, and Outdoor Access For All Act of 2018.
OBGEC would like to give a special thanks to our sponsors & to our CA Releaf Partners for helping make this happen!