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By Nancy Heins-Glaser
Special to Village News 

100th tree planted at Live Oak Park


Last updated 12/17/2020 at 11:50am

group at Live Oak Park

A group of volunteers help plant the 100th tree in Live Oak park, from left, front, Roger Boddaert, (SOF/FLC); Sherri Lenfers, (LOPC); Sherry Lamont, (SOF); Greta Thunberg, (AAUW climate activist - Sweden); Nancy Heins-Glaser (SOF/Scarecrew); Mary Belton (Reche descendent/Fallbrook Historical Society); Brian Ek, Ranger Live Oak park; in back, Jackie Heyneman (Chair SOF) and Jake Enrique (Supv SD parks & Rec).

A group of volunteer "partners in preservation" of Fallbrook' s Live Oak Park and its history planted the 100th tree to celebrate the park's 100 years, Sunday, Dec. 3. The volunteers included Jackie Heyneman and Roger Boddaert and their work involved snippets, plantings, pruning and maintenance in a non-stop effort.

Stories of snow falls temporarily halting shovels, railroad bridges washing out, saving individual live oaks on Live Oak Park Road, saving trees are things of environmentalist legends. Tales always involve volunteers – in great numbers – determined to preserve both nature a...

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