Asa Dodsworth’s Home on Acton at Allston Way in Berkeley. I got an email forwarded to me over the weekend titled "BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA HATES URBAN GARDENS" which naturally sparked my interest. Turns out to be a lot more interesting than the title even suggested. Asa Dodsworth has lived in his place on Acton and Allston […]
From EBBC: PedalFest is coming to Oakland on October 22nd: the EBBC co-presents a fun-filled day of cycling celebration The East Bay Bicycle Coalition is excited announce an incredible bike festival in Oakland: PedalFest. Pedalfest is a festival for the recreational rider and the seasoned cyclist, as well as the casual observer, showcasing what makes […]
From SFPUC: We are kicking off planning for the Holloway Green Street project and we need your help. This green infrastructure project will help relieve our sewer system by reducing stormwater runoff while providing important community benefits. Come to the open house to learn more about green infrastructure technologies, give us your ideas, and speak one-on-one with […]
From SFPUC: Rethinking Sunset Boulevard Photo from parkscan.org The SFPUC wants to know how Sunset Boulevard can work better for you. Wide streets with large landscaped areas provide many opportunities for improving stormwater management in the area. We need your help to identify the community’s priorities for improving the local landscape, such as habitat enhancement, […]
Jane Martin gardening at 23rd and Harrison, Jan. 3, 2009. Jane Martin is a longtime resident of San Francisco’s Mission District, a licensed architect, and an avid gardener. She is the founder of PlantSF, an informational website dedicated to reconfiguring the design and use of urban spaces, primarily sidewalks and to a lesser extent, residential […]
Bicycle Music Festival is throwing a benefit party with bands, bikes and beer!