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A documentary inspired by a painting of an oak in Israel.
Ezra Barnea | Oct 10, 2020
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Oaks have been featured in several operas. Here is a list...
Roderick Cameron | Oct 09, 2020
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One of the world's leading oak collections is located in...
Francisco Garin Garcia | Oct 01, 2020

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A guest post by Matt Candeias, host of the In Defense of Plants podcast and blog

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Quercus ×morehus was initially called Abram’s oak by the author Albert Kellogg in his original 1863 description and was thought to be a...
Quercus douglasii is an endemic California oak tree, affectionately called “the blue oak”.
The Huntington, in San Marino, CA, obtained a grant from American Public Gardens Association to study Quercus ajoensis and Q. toumeyi in...
The Silent Auction held at the IOS Conference in Davis, CA was another great success. The total amount raised surpassed USD 2,600 and an...
As is tradition every Triennial Conference, IOS Service Awards were presented at the 2018 Conference Gala Dinner, held on this occasion at...
The 9th International Oak Society Conference held at UC Davis last October was probably the most ambitious IOS Conference to date—and it...
Highlights of this tour included: University of California Botanical Garden at Berkeley, Long Ridge Open Space, Stanford oak woodland, and...
On Sunday, October 21, prior to the evening Opening Reception that kicked off the Conference, participants could choose one of three Day...
The second leg of the Post-Conference Tour: from Santa Cruz to Los Angeles
Forty enthusiastic IOS members ventured from UC Davis through Sonoma wine country toward the north California coast. We visited sites of...
Forty-one participants from nine countries gathered at Davis, California on October 15 for a four-day trek across the Sierra Nevada and...
Doug McCreary, long-time member of the IOS, died earlier this year.

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