A Different Friday for the Future (Part II)

One additional tree, per each of the 425,000 residents, would bring the Oakland’ tree canopy up to the 30% level recommended by Professor Konijnendijk.

Despite missing 53% of the street trees, and having half the tree canopy that is the city’s public goal, Oakland with 308 parks, which average 45.6% tree canopy in the parks, is doing better than its brethren with 21.5% of the entire city. San Jose’s tree canopy, again per the Davey report, is 15.4% and San Francisco’s tree coverage is 13.7% of its area.

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Elizabeth Pearce @ SymSoil

Elizabeth Pearce @ SymSoil

We recreate the complete soil microbe biome to improve farmer profits. #RegenAg #ClimateAction #100KTrees https://www.100ktrees4humanity.com