Diseased oak trees slated for removal at SRJC


Four large oak trees at Santa Rosa Junior College, including two that tower over the middle of school’s central lawn, providing a leafy canopy for graduation ceremonies and Day Under the Oak events, are slated to be removed after they were found to be diseased.

The removals, which officials said are driven by safety concerns, will bring to six the number of oaks — some heritage size and age — lost on the Mendocino Avenue campus since November.

via Diseased trees slated for removal at SRJC | The Press Democrat.

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