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November 5, 1999 | Alex Katz, (949) 574-4206
The Serrano Creek Conservancy officially started a project Thursday to repair the eroded and polluted Quiet Oak Creek, which feeds into the 10-mile-long Serrano Creek. The restoration will include building new banks, creating structures to disperse falling water and adding plants to filter pollutants from the water, conservancy founder Matt Rayl said.
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August 31, 2000 | Marie Padilla, (949) 574-4023
Determined to save the city's eucalyptus trees, homeowners and city officials are struggling to eradicate a rapidly spreading bug that feasts on the tree's juices. More than 30,000 eucalyptus trees in Lake Forest, most on private land, are infected by the red gum lerp psyllid, said Tony Plante, the city's public works superintendent. Researchers at UC Berkeley don't know how the eighth-inch-long pests got from Australia to California, where they have no natural enemies.
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