CityTrees volunteers Karen Fine, left, Nancy Radcliffe, middle, and Tom Cronin tend to a new oak tree planted Oct. 2 at the Adelante/Selby campus on Selby Lane. It was one of 13 planted at the school and are noted for their ability to sequester carbon from the atmosphere. CityTrees partnered with the Redwood City School District, which will be responsible for watering the trees. “Trees brighten the campus. It feels good for students to be among trees,” said Principal Warren Sedar.

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