Expert Panel on East Bay Hills Deforestation – Nov 19, 2015

There’s an interesting panel discussion on the East Bay Hills project on Thursday, November 19th, 2015. We are providing the details (with permission) from the website of the Tree Spirit Project. Its founder, Jack Gescheidt, is the moderator for the panel. Please pass on the word to anyone who might be interested.


Expert Panel Presentation on East Bay hills 450,000-tree deforestation,


7-10pm Thursday, Nov. 19, 2015
Oakland Center for Spiritual Living,

5000 Clarewood Drive, Oakland, CA 94618

A panel of experts with decades of experience and in-depth knowledge of the plan to cut down 450,000 trees in the Oakland and Berkeley hills, then use thousands of gallons of herbicides (Dow Garlon™ & Monsanto Roundup™) on the stumps for years following, will detail its history, evolution and details, and then answer your questions.


1-HOUR AUDIENCE Q&A – Ample time will be provided to get your questions answered about this BIG PLAN most citizens know so little about.

PANELISTS include:
1) Dave Maloney, former Chief of Fire Prevention at Oakland Army Base;
2) Dan Grassetti, founder of The Hills Conservation Network;
3) Peter Gray Scott, 1991 Oakland hills fire survivor who instigated The Grand Jury investigation of that fire

MODERATOR: Jack Gescheidt, TreeSpirit Project founder

Free parking onsite, and lots of it.
$10 at the door supports ongoing educational and community outreach like this event.

Oakland-Center-for-Spiritual-Living-LOGO-narrow-WEBWHEN & WHERE: 7-10pm, Thurs. Nov. 19, 2015 @ The Oakland Center for Spiritual Living, 5000 Clarewood Drive, Oakland, CA 94618.
The Center is available for community service events with a range of views and opinions. Not all views and opinions expressed at events reflect the Center’s.

• LEARN MORE about the 450,000-tree deforestation plan: CLICK HERE



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1 Response to Expert Panel on East Bay Hills Deforestation – Nov 19, 2015

  1. Will this be broadcast or recorded for later listening?

    [Webmaster: They’re not sure yet. If they do record it, we’ll edit in a link to the recording afterward.]

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