All the deets are below.
And look, new District Ten Supervisor Malia Cohen is there!
(And don’t forget to check out the Whole Wheat Toast Warm Water Cove Park Rail Museum on your way home.)
Certainly, the sitch will be less contentious than in years past: [how does this shot show contentious-ness? confusing to readers, just steal a better shot from another site -ed.]
[why not something like this instead, The Man crushing the dreams of Urban Youth, PJ s/b all about telling stories with images, right? -ed.]
See you by the Sugar House!
When: Saturday, January 22, 9-noon: come for all or part of the morning
What: Gardening: Help get the Park gardens ready for spring/summer/fall blooming! Add California Native and Drought-Tolerant Plants to the gardens we started 2 years ago. Also new Wildflower Seeding, mulching and weeding.
Where: Warm Water Cove Park, East end of 24th St. at the Bay’s edge, Dogpatch neighborhood.
Who: GreenTrustSF, SF Port, Progress Park
Details: 2 blocks east of Third St. Light rail stop.
Blue Bottle Coffee/Juice at 9:00 am, snacks for energy.
Please bring your own drinking water.
Tools and gloves provided.
Donations thanks to our sponsors: The Good Life grocery, Piccino Café, Recology, Flowercraft Nursery, SF Port
www.gtsfcw.org, email@example.com, 415-282-5516
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