Over in Olivenhain today. Morning Sun Ranch is a subdivision off RSF Road and there are a bunch of stakes along the streets.
These stakes came with notices from the city. The City of Encinitas is apparently going to be planting trees along this residential street.
The residents use to take responsibility for landscaping in front of their houses on this street.
When will Leucadia see stakes in the ground marking imminent tree plantings? What are the next steps toward planting trees on the 101? Alternative 4a has been selected and not having a plan selected was cited as reason for not replanting the canopy. We've got a plan. So, does anyone know the timeline for discussions on what sorts of trees will be planted along the 101?
Below are some images of trees presented at the last workshop.
I've been thinking that planting native oaks along the rail corridor might be a good idea. I'm not going all native here. We should be planting some non-natives. Its just that the local oaks don't get that tall, they have great looking canopies, are strong hardwoods, and they can survive without supplemental water.
When can we start planting?
See Also: Little Oaks