Tree Planted at South Bay Community Library

Written by Estero Bay News

January 15, 2021

A new tree was planted at the Los Osos Library, thanks to a collaborative effort of two local nonprofit organizations – Greening Los Osos (GLO) and the Los Osos Valley Garden Club (LOVGC).

The tree, a Burgundy Peppermint Willow (Agonis flexuosa ‘Burgundy’), was donated by GLO as an addition to the main pollinator garden next to the library parking area that was planted by LOVGC in 2019.

Members from both organizations participated in this event. Pictured are Tony Salome, director of GLO and Wendy McKeown, president of LOVGC. Readers who appreciate community projects such as this, are asked to consider donating to these organizations: https://ecologistics.org/welcome-greening-los-osos/ and www.lovgardenclub.org.

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