San Lorenzo High School

November 27, 2017

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Oyster Bay Regional Shoreline – what once was a landfill is now a regional park in development. The weekend before Thanksgiving, our teams from San Lorenzo High School and Skyline High School joined forces to help the restoration effort at this beautiful and lesser known shoreline location at the end of Williams St. in San Leandro.

Because the park area used to be a landfill, many steps must be taken to turn it into a suitable park for the public. The Park District has spent a lot of time importing fill...

November 15, 2017

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Last week, our SLZ interns made their way to Heron Bay in San Leandro to participate in a litter clean up by the shoreline. We were happy to be led by Amy Evans of the Alameda County Resource Conservation District, who gave us a brief history of the area then helped us pick up litter.

Heron Bay is a housing community and marshland situated...

October 10, 2017

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At the end of September, interns went into action conducting their first of many tree inventories in the unincorporated Alameda County area in a project for the Alameda County Public Works Agency.

Why inventory our trees?  Tree inventory is important because it helps cities gather information about their urban forest. Conducting an inventory helps cities know what species are where, how many of them are...

September 26, 2017

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Earth Team is back at San Lorenzo High for another exciting year of hard work and fun! San Lorenzo High Campus Coordinator Natalie Escue presented with fellow Earth Team staff members to 22 classes and reached over 550 students for this years program recruitment. After receiving over 50 applications we narrowed it down to 14 hardworking and ambitious interns!

Our...