Redwood Grove On Sonoma Coast To Become Public ParkA grove in Northern California with hundreds of ancient redwood trees, some taller than the Statue of Liberty, is being acquired by an environmental group that plans to preserve it and open a new public park.
Palo Alto Redwoods Grown From Seeds That Traveled Millions Of Miles In SpaceAlong the back of Peers Park in Palo Alto there is a grove of redwoods that have no doubt traveled a lot farther than you have.
PG&E Plans To Cut 25,000 Fire-Damaged TreesPacific Gas and Electric Co. plans to cut down up to 25,000 fire-damaged trees in an effort to protect power lines in 13 counties across Northern and Central California.
Over 100 Million Dead Trees Pose Wildfire Threat In CaliforniaA tiny pest is turning lush forests into tinderboxes.
Gilroy Plan To Chop Down 235 Trees May Have Violated RulesA plan by Gilroy officials to chop down more than 200 trees has been uprooted because of a possible rule violation by city leaders.
Bay Area Corporate Landscapers Vie For Scarce TreesLandscapers at Apple's Spaceship campus and landscapers with the San Francisco Transit Center are battling for trees.
SF Parks Department Warns About Weakened Trees After StormsIn Golden Gate Park, dozens of trees have been marked with red tape after being damaged or weakened by the recent storms passing through the Bay Area.
San Francisco Homeowners May Be Billed For Storm-Related Tree DamageDuring the recent storms, hundreds of trees have come down in San Francisco alone. Once the debris is gone, homeowners could be slapped with a bill.
Massive Tree Crashes Down On Danville HomeA massive heritage oak tree crashed down on a home and destroyed three vehicles in Danville’s exclusive Diablo neighborhood Tuesday.
$1,700 Per Day 'Gold Rush' As Tree Cutters Rush To Clear Dead Trees From SierraThe Forest Service estimates there are 24-million dead trees in the southern half of the Sierra
Tiny Pests Causing Billion Dollar Problems For America's ForestsTiny pests could spell big trouble for America’s forests.