An Altadena non-profit, as well as two county departments, are listed as grant receipients from a $1.9 million program meant to benefit cities in the San Gabriel Valley who suffered tree destruction in last year's wind storms.
The Arroyos & Foothills Conservancy is listed as receiving $20,550.31 from the county for tree planting.
In addition, the County Department of Parks and Recreation received $378,000 and County Department of Public Works $200,000. Both of those departments are likely to plant trees in Altadena.
Using money from those grants has already been under discussion in Altadena - in August the Altadena Town Council discussed the issue, noting it was told that Altadena would be allocated $100,000 for 68 replacement trees and 140 new trees.
Patch has reached out to the county and to the Arroyos & Foothills Conservancy for details on how the grants will be spent - we will update this story with more information when it becomes available.