SPUR: A Pedal-Powered Tour of Green Infrastructure

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From SPUR:

Join us for a bicycle tour of San Francisco’s newest green infrastructure. Cycle with the experts through the city’s beautiful urban watersheds while learning about permeable pavement, rain gardens, sidewalk landscaping and bioswales — all innovative ways, to keep stormwater out of our aging sewer system. This event is generously sponsored by Kaiser Permanente.

+ Rachel Kraai / SFPUC
Jean Walsh / SFPUC

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