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How you can help: http://www.hillsconservationnetwork.org/
00:00 Background: Steve Kemp
01:48 Introduction: Helen Kozoriz Shoemaker
07:22 Dan Grassetti, Hills Conservation Network
23:17 Peter Gray Scott, Hills Conservation Network
36:22 – Wildlife census; Why is Claremont Conservancy supporting plan
43:00 – Outbreak
46:25 – Why does Sierra club support plan
55:23 – How can we make a plan that we all support?
1:01:41 – How is HCN approaching the herbicide issue?
1:06:09 – Landslides and herbicides
1:09:00 – Is there an EIS study on what EBRP is planning? Too expensive to maintain a forest
1:11:32 – I’m opposed to all of the projects…
1:17:20 – Herbicides
1:23:10 – Eucalyptus and non-native growth
1:29:46 – I’d like more technical data; what about decks and roofs?
1:34:41 – Difficulties of clearing dead growth, and tenure?
1:37:43 – HCN should form an alliance with EBP and EBMUD – against UCB
1:44:26 – Alternatives to herbicides; Hire youths to help with brush cleanup
1:46:50 – We need direct action – Occupy the trees!
1:48:50 – Have you contacted Save the Bay? Honey Bees and Eucalyptus flowers
1:50:21 Closing Statements
The University of California, East Bay Regional Park District, and the City of Oakland want to remove more than 80,000 trees in the East Bay Hills. These public-sector entities also plan to deploy a 10-year program of herbicides. This attempt to reduce fire risk is to be funded by .9 million from FEMA. Come to a discussion of different visions for our hills.