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About fifty million trees are estimated to have been killed by Sudden Oak Death on the West Coast alone. That number is rising every day.
There are countless ways students can enjoy the great outdoors. From bike riding to rock climbing, there are a variety of outlets to blow off some steam. One activity in […]
Bonsai trees are rooted in a rich history, starting in ancient Egypt and later becoming popular in Japan. In recent years, a new American style of bonsai art emerged. Bonsai […]
The plant disease has the potential to kill oak trees in San Luis Obispo.
The Cal Poly logging team teaches students from all majors log chopping, birling and more.
Cal Poly Logging Team defeats over 20 other teams in competition.
In an attempt to leave a small carbon footprint, Cal Poly physics professor Peter Schwartz pees on his trees instead of using fresh water.
The Science Building, commonly known as the “Spider Building,” was outdated and now demolished for replacement, but 16 trees from the surrounding site were still healthy and strong. Two special […]
On Saturday, non-profit organization One Cool Earth and the Cal Poly Environmental Council teamed up to pot 50 Madrone trees and 500 Redwood trees, and picked acorns to plant Oak trees.
Students seeking shade on campus now have the opportunity to enjoy the comforts of trees planted and a bench installed by forest and national resource (FNR) students between the Alan A. Erhart agriculture (10) and mathematics and science (38) buildings.