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PG&E Grants $5000 for In-School Watershed Education

November 4, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

PG&E

 

 

Pacific Gas and Electric Company has graciously donated $5000  to the “In-School Watershed Education Program.”

With the help from this grant we are expanding the Watershed Education Program and join forces with the Napa Resource Conservation District to conduct oak education and re-oaking at strategic sites around the Napa Valley. The “Acorns to Oaks Project” will spread awareness about the importance and plight of our oaks and provide opportunities for people to play an active role in planting new oak woodlands and savannahs. The result will be more oak habitat to support our local wildlife, a healthier ecosystem, and people who feel a connection with our oaks and the natural world around them.

Friends of the Napa River is very thankful for this generous support from PG&E.

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