Fruit trees donated to fire survivors

Two nurseries gave fruit trees away to Camp Fire survivors in Magalia on Saturday.

Posted: Jun 1, 2019 6:20 PM

MAGALIA, Calif. - Two nurseries gave fruit trees away to Camp Fire survivors in Magalia on Saturday.

Burchell Nursery out of Oakdale and Fresno and the High Hand Nursery from Loomis donated nearly three thousand fruit trees to the event.

Apricots, peaches and apples were among the kinds of trees that went to more than 500 families.

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