The Scorrier Squirrel Society

Welcome to the Scorrier Squirrel Society for the Appreciation of Acorns (SSSAA)!

Greetings, Fellow Oak Enthusiasts!

We’re absolutely thrilled to have you join our nutty family here at the S.S.S.A.A! As a proud member of our society, you’re about to embark on a tree-mendous journey to save the oaks and create a brighter, leafier future. Imagine Oaktopia, where mighty oaks stand tall and proud, all thanks to your dedication and love for acorns. Let’s get those paws dirty and make some magic happen!

Join Us for the Oak Action Event This Autumn!

Mark your calendars, folks! This autumn, we’re hosting a grand Oak Action Event where you can collect your very own oak sapling to take home and plant. Imagine your own piece of Oaktopia in your garden!

Bring your family, friends, and anyone who loves nature as much as we do. We’ll provide the saplings and all the information you need. All you have to do is show up with your Oak-conscious spirit and readiness to help our oaky friends grow!

Sign Up for Our Nutty Newsletter!

Don’t miss out on our Oak Action Event! Sign up for our Squirrelly Newsletter to get the full details of the date and location. It’s the best way to stay rooted in our latest events and updates.

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How to Grow Your Own Oak Tree at Home!

So, what do you do once you have your sapling? We’ve got a step-by-step guide on how you can plant an acorn and grow your very own oak tree at home. Let’s get started:

Find the Perfect Acorn: Look for acorns that are brown and free from cracks or holes. Freshly fallen acorns in autumn are the best!

Soak Your Acorn: Place your acorn in a bowl of water for 24 hours. Discard any that float to the surface; we only want the strong, healthy ones!

Planting the Acorn: Fill a small pot with compost and make a hole about 1-2 inches deep. Place the acorn on its side in the hole and cover it lightly with soil.

Watering: Water the soil gently to keep it moist, but not soggy. Remember, we want to nurture our little sprout, not drown it!

Wait and Watch: Place your pot in a sunny spot. Be patient – it can take a few weeks for your acorn to sprout.

Transplanting: Once your oak sapling is about 4-6 inches tall, it’s ready to be transplanted outdoors. Choose a spot with plenty of sunlight and space for your oak to grow tall and mighty.

Oaktopia Awaits! Keep watering and caring for your oak tree as it grows. Before you know it, you’ll have your very own piece of Oaktopia right at home!

Share Your Oak-tastic Journey!

We’d love to see your oak-growing adventures! Share photos and updates of your oak tree using the hashtag #Oaktopia and tag us @Miracletheatre. Let’s inspire each other and grow a greener world together!

Thank you for being a part of the S.S.S.A.A. Together, we’re making a difference, one acorn at a time.

The Squirrels of the Scorrier Squirrel Society for the Appreciation of Acorns.