Trim Grant Trees Planted at California Municipal Pool

Several CHS first hour greenhouse students prepare to go back to school after having helped the City Parks Department employees plant trees on the grounds of the swimming pool.

Several CHS first hour greenhouse students prepare to go back to school after having helped the City Parks Department employees plant trees on the grounds of the swimming pool. Photo by David Wilson.

California High School students in the greenhouse classes assisted the City of California Parks Department in planting 85 trees obtained through the TRIM Grant Program. On Thursday, Nov. 17, the trees were divided with 16 planted at the swimming pool, six at the City park tennis courts and the remainder at the Cargill Ball Fields.

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California High School agriculture students assist in planting one of 16 trees at the swimming pool Thursday, Nov. 17, directed by City Parks employee Dave Decker, right.

These trees were obtained in addition to the trees already planted as a part of the "urban forest" at Proctor Park and a few other places in the city.

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California High school students pack mulch around the base of a tree being planted at the swimming pool as a part of the City of California TRIM Grant.

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