Many of the trees on the reservoir property (including those in the Eucalyptus Grove on the west side) are now dead or nearing their natural life span of approximately 100 years. A professional study and survey of all trees is needed to determine which should be removed now and to identify appropriate replacement species.

The Great Blue Herons and other resident wildlife need an inviting, continuing habitat, which means planning now for new trees to replace those that will no longer be here in 5-10 years. Volunteer now if you have any kind of relevant knowledge and experience or if you would like to help us package this project for policymakers.