|Top trailhead at Grizzly peak and Claremont Avenue|
Here are two small, nearly completely decomposed eucalyptus stumps from when the project began about 10 years ago.
|See the decayed eucalyptus stumps|
A little further down the trail we see signs of eradication, but no signs yet of clear cutting.
|Larger stumps decompose more slowly|
This is the first time I have seen California Strawberry growing next to eucalyptus.
|Wild California Strawberries next to eucalyptus log|
|Pesticide doused stump becomes an organic native planter|
|The eucalyptus stumps serve as pilings, while the logs act as a retaining wall|
|The multi-heads of the cut re-sprouts makes a solid piling|
The entire album is worth viewing. These pictures clearly demonstrate that eradication is not only feasible, it is preferable to any of the other proposed alternatives.