Trees planted in Calabasas for Arbor Day

Dozens of people participated in Arbor Day Celebration in Calabasas by planting Walnut and Oak trees at Gates Canyon Park on March 22. Photos by Michael Coons/Acorn Newspapers

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers ONE TREE AT A TIME - Michele Khateri and her daughter, Aria, 9, of Calabasas plant a tree during the City of Calabasas' Arbor Day Celebration at Gates Canyon Park on March 22. Dozens of Oak and Walnut trees were planted in the park along with a demonstration of how to make your own compost.

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ONE TREE AT A TIME – Michele Khateri and her daughter, Aria, 9, of Calabasas plant a tree during the City of Calabasas’ Arbor Day Celebration at Gates Canyon Park on March 22. Dozens of Oak and Walnut trees were planted in the park along with a demonstration of how to make your own compost.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers ADDING ONE MORE - Alexandra Barr of Calabasas plants an Oak tree along a hillside in Gates Canyon Park during the City of Calabasas' Arbor Day Celebration on March 22.

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ADDING ONE MORE – Alexandra Barr of Calabasas plants an Oak tree along a hillside in Gates Canyon Park during the City of Calabasas’ Arbor Day Celebration on March 22.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers 11 FOR 11 - Maddy Freeman, 11, of Calabasas digs a hole to plant one of her 11 trees she planted for her 11th birthday during the City of Calabasas' Arbor Day Celebration at Gates Canyon Park on March 22.

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11 FOR 11 – Maddy Freeman, 11, of Calabasas digs a hole to plant one of her 11 trees she planted for her 11th birthday during the City of Calabasas’ Arbor Day Celebration at Gates Canyon Park on March 22.

H:EDITORIALPhotos�3 March 2014MC-03-27-14 MC 437 Arbor Day in Calabasas MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers THE BIG DIG - Blake Maricle, 5, left, and his brother, Camren, 2, try their best to dig a hole to plant an Oak tree along a hillside in Gates Canyon Park during the City of Calabasas' Arbor Day Celebration on March 22. Dozens of Oak and Walnut trees were planted in the park along with a demonstration of how to make your own compost.

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THE BIG DIG – Blake Maricle, 5, left, and his brother, Camren, 2, try their best to dig a hole to plant an Oak tree along a hillside in Gates Canyon Park during the City of Calabasas’ Arbor Day Celebration on March 22. Dozens of Oak and Walnut trees were planted in the park along with a demonstration of how to make your own compost.

H:EDITORIALPhotos�3 March 2014MC-03-27-14 MC 438 Arbor Day in Calabasas MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers A freshly planted Oak tree soaks up the morning sun in Gates Canyon Park during the City of Calabasas' Arbor Day Celebration on March 22.

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A freshly planted Oak tree soaks up the morning sun in Gates Canyon Park during the City of Calabasas’ Arbor Day Celebration on March 22.

H:EDITORIALPhotos�3 March 2014MC-03-27-14 MC 439 Arbor Day in Calabasas MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers LOOK MOM! - Matias Romero-Llanos, 4, reacts to a handful of worms from a worm compost bin during a demonstration of composting by Curtis Thomsen during the City of Calabasas' Arbor Day Celebration on March 22.

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LOOK MOM! – Matias Romero-Llanos, 4, reacts to a handful of worms from a worm compost bin during a demonstration of composting by Curtis Thomsen during the City of Calabasas’ Arbor Day Celebration on March 22.

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