Oak trees have varied effect on land values
California Agriculture 41(9):4-6. DOI: 10.3733/ca.v041n09p4.
Nancy Diamond, formerly Staff Research Associate, University of California Cooperative Extension, is currently a graduate student in the Ph.D. program in Wildland Resource Science, UC Berkeley; Richard B. Standiford is Natural Resources Specialist, Forestry, Cooperative Extension, UC Berkeley; Peter C. Passof is Forest Advisor, Cooerative Extension, Mendo-cino County; John LeBlanc is Staff Research Associate, Forestry, Cooperative Extension, UC Berkeley;
On rangelands suitable for future rural subdivision, leaving some oaks may increase property values. The most favorable density in this study was 40 trees per acre.