Bike Tour of Ecological History

From SFBC:

Take an eye-opening ride with Chris Carlsson, director of Shaping San Francisco, co-director of FoundSF.org, as well as author and editor of several books about San Francisco natural and cultural history on a bike tour to learn about San Francisco’s fascinating ecological past and present as you ride through SOMA, Telegraph Hill, Crissy Field, and more. This tour is presented in conjunction with the exhibition Do Not Destroy: Trees, Art, and Jewish Thought. Bring your own bicycle, water, and a snack. Ride is rain or shine. Recommended for adults. $10 only for San Francisco Bicycle Coalition Members when using code Bikeco. Get tickets at thecjm.org.

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Bike Tour of Ecological History

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From SFBC: Take an eye-opening ride with Chris Carlsson, director of Shaping San Francisco, co-director of FoundSF.org, as well as author and editor of several books about San Francisco natural and cultural history on a bike tour to learn about San Francisco’s fascinating ecological past and present as you ride through SOMA, Telegraph Hill, Crissy […]

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