SFBC Rec Ride: Water, Water Everywhere

"How can waste water be reused? Visit public projects and private residences to learn about greywater systems, rainwater harvesting, and the history of water in San Francisco. TransitionSF and the San Francisco Permaculture Guild are leading these Transition Tours showcasing local efforts that create community and support both the environment and economy."

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First Ever Bike Crossing of San Francisco Bay

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From EBBC: On Friday, September 27th, BayCycle Project’s founder Judah Schiller will be the first person to bike across the San Francisco Bay on water. Join us and watch history in the making as Judah sets off from Oakland and arrives in San Francisco. BayCycle Project is the first U.S. organizing body and community for water […]

Dissent Bike Tour

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From SFBC: Covering everything from literary dissenters to urban riots and protests, this tour examines sites of conflict and unrest, the social movements and upheavals, that have shaped San Francisco since its origins. Bring a snack and water, and reserve your spot: 415-608-9035, sliding scale $15-50, benefiting Shaping San Francisco

Ecological History Bike Tour

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From SFBC: Journey through San Francisco’s lost sand dunes, ponds, creeks and coastline covering the heart of the city, the waterfront and Yerba Buena cove, Telegraph Hill, Black Point, and Crissy Field. Bring a snack and water, and reserve your spot: 415-608-9035, sliding scale $15-50, benefiting Shaping San Francisco

Shaping SF Bicycle Tour: Dissent

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From ShapingSF: Join Shaping San Francisco co-director Chris Carlsson for this 4-hour historical tour of San Francisco by bicycle. Covering everything from literary dissenters to urban riots and protests, this tour examines sites of conflict and unrest, the social movements and upheavals, that have shaped San Francisco since its origins. Bring a snack and water.  

Thinkwalks Water Walking Tour

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From Thinkwalks: This is the deepest, wettest look Thinkwalks offers into the waterways that once coursed through the Mission District and the history of water in San Francisco. Do you love thinking about local creeks, wells, puddles, politics and ponds? We’ll discuss their meandering locations and ecology, their implications for the growth of SF, their […]