canyon oak


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Noun1.canyon oak - medium-sized evergreen of southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico with oblong leathery often spiny-edged leavescanyon oak - medium-sized evergreen of southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico with oblong leathery often spiny-edged leaves
live oak - any of several American evergreen oaks
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The most at-risk species include coast live oak (Quercus agrifolia), canyon oak (Q.
The name of the ranch refers to a historic Placerita Canyon oak tree where gold was discovered in 1842.
A plan to relocate the 400-year-old Pico Canyon oak tree in Santa Clarita, Calif.
4 -- ran in SAC edition only) Chumash Indian Mati Waiya is joined by local activists Friday at a ceremony seeking blessings for Old Glory, the Pico Canyon oak tree set to be transplanted soon.
John Laing Homes today announced plans to relocate the 400-year-old Pico Canyon oak tree to an 18-acre, passive park in the community that includes a large oak woodlands area.
This is the same road and the same process that happened with the Pico Canyon Oak (Old Glory).
The Pico Canyon oak ``looks healthier now than it did one year ago,'' he said, pointing out that water is no longer pooling around the tree and the leaves are a lush green color.
SANTA CLARITA - John Quigley, who spent 72 days in a Pico Canyon oak trying to protect it from removal, asked a judge to throw out the trespassing lawsuit filed against him by the landowner, claiming the suit threatens his First Amendment rights.
STEVENSON RANCH - Three years before a man climbed the giant Pico Canyon oak to save it from a planned highway project, the developers whose housing projects the highway would serve said the four-lane road wasn't needed.
Local artist Shane Mitchell has painted a portrait of ``Old Glory,'' the Pico Canyon oak tree that is being moved to make way for a road widening project, to bring attention to and generate funds to save other oak trees in the area.
Not until then will anyone know how widening that portion of the road will affect the habitat and terrain, including how many heritage oaks like the Pico Canyon oak dubbed Old Glory will be moved or chopped down.
We see the connection between Newhall Ranch and the Pico Canyon oak tree, and people are fed up.