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$30,000 Grant to CSUSB to Plant and Maintain for 3 Years the University Native Oak and Walnut Forest, University Park Project, San Bernardino California
California Native Oak and Walnut Forest planted and Maintained by CSUSB Science Department, through a grant from J. R. Watson & Associates Development Corporation. In excess of 400 Trees will be managed and set-aside by J. R. Watson & Associates Development Corporation and planted and maintained for a minimum of 3 years by the Science Department Professors and Students of CSUSB.
Planting January 2006.

University Native Oak and Walnut Forest Planting Begins
CSUSB students, assisted by J. R. Watson & Associates Development Corporation, plant native oak trees.
(A story featured in the California State San Bernardino News)

$25,000 Grant to CSUSB, to Plant and Maintain a California Native Oak and Walnut Forest at the
J. R. Watson & Associates Development Corporation pledged a $25,000 grant, or more if necessary, to CSUSB to plant and maintain a Native Oak and Walnut Forest. In excess of 600 trees will be managed and set-aside by J. R. Watson & Associates Development Corporation and planted and maintained for a minimum of 3 years by the Science Department Professors and Students of CSUSB.
Planting to occur, Fall of 2006.

City Of San Bernardino

$20,000 J. R. Watson & Associates Development Corporation Grant to The City of San Bernardino to Landscape the I-215 off Ramp at University Parkway. Landscaping planned for the Spring of 2006.

$275,000 Expended by J. R. Watson & Associates Development Corporation to Install 32 Injection Wells for Water Conservation Efforts in San Bernardino
32 Injection Wells, were installed for the conservation and scrubbing of ground water that would otherwise be lost to storm drains. This is the first time this type of conservation effort has been implemented in the City of San Bernardino.

The Judy Rodriguez Watson Public Art Program contributed $5,000.00 to Tachikawa Sister City Committee’s Sister City Sign Project. Judy Watson is a member of the Tachikawa Sister City Committee.
The Tachikawa-San Bernardino Sister City program has proposed a project that is a Community Initiative to develop a Sister Cities Sign Display. The project is to be sited on the brick walkway of San Bernardino City Hall beside the cascading stream and will be unveiled in 2013. The committee feels this project will be a historic and enduring educational statement about San Bernardino’s place in the global community.

$5,773,500 Million Appraised Value for six City Parks and Trails to be developed by J. R. Watson & Associates Development Corporation
J. R. Watson & Associates Development Corporation has secured property for the expansion of parks and trails beyond the City’s resources.
Completion of all Parks and Trails to be on or before Spring 2007

City Of Seal Beach

Jim Watson is the Founding President of Trees For Seal Beach.
Jim Watson has provided and maintains the Trees for Seal Beach web site to educate and acquire sponsors and volunteers for the movement to beautify Seal Beach, in addition to on going financial support for planting and tree trimming.

Trees for Seal Beach Brochure

City Of Seal Beach Streets & Storm Drain Improvement – Certificate of Appreciation – Jim Watson – Ad Hoc Committee Member

Idaho

Kootenai County Air Quality Advisory Committee

Other Areas

Sierra Club Member

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