Apps for Oak Trees 

Can social media help save a forest?

Sudden Oak Death has taken down tens of thousands of trees in fourteen counties statewide, from Monterey to Humboldt. But how can researchers predict where else it will spread? "Hopefully, it'll be limited to the coast, but still, that's the entire West…

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