San Francisco prides itself on being green.
Awareness about "living light on the land" is growing.
HILLS OF SAN FRANCISCO
BAY AREA BIKESHARE
The drought makes it clear that all our natural assets are valuable. Great tips for conserving:
ELECTRIC CAR CHARGERS
There are approximately 200 electric car chargers in the City. This will most definitely increase substantially in the coming years.
An excellent website (also app) is plugshare.com
Only in San Francisco, right? citygrazing.com offers "environmentally friendly solution to weed control". The goats will clear an overgrown back yard or slope. These delightful creatures are also available for parties, educational visits and documentaries.
LANDMARK TREE PROGRAM
In 2006 San Francisco had the vision to create a Landmark Tree Program to preserve and protect the City's best trees. Learn more about it here:
sfrecycles.org is the place to go to recycle items that do not fit into the black, green or blue bins.
Appliances or old cans of paint and cleaning supplies can be scheduled for a free pickup.
SF BAY WILDLIFE
Learn about the impressive diversity in wildlife population we enjoy here in the Bay Area.
The San Francisco Department of the Environment (SF Environment) creates visionary policies and innovative programs that promote social equity, protect human health, and lead the way toward a sustainable future. We put our mission into action by mobilizing communities and providing the resources needed to safeguard our homes, our city, and ultimately our planet.
SF PLANT FINDER
A resource for gardeners, designers, ecologists and anyone who is interested in greening neighborhoods, enhancing our urban ecology and surviving the drought.
"Connections and Results"