Sponsored by TransitionSF, the Permaculture Guild, and
Join TransitionSF and the on bike rides
that explore life-enriching food, water and energy projects in the
city. The Transition Tours showcase local efforts that create
community and support both the environment and economy.
Lots of Abundance
What happens to abandoned lots and former freeways?
See the fruits of community labor transforming vacant space
into urban farms. Learn about reclaiming land for public use,
rejuvenating polluted soil, and restoring connections to the food we eat.
St.). 2.5 hour ride.
Water, Water, Everywhere… - meet 9:45 AM at CCA FARM (8th St. and Hooper
How can “waste” water be reused? Visit
public projects and private residences that aren’t all wet in their
approach to greywater and rainwater. Learn about greywater systems,
, and the history of water in San Francisco.
Ave. and Lawton). 2.5 hour ride.
Solar Systems - meet 9:45 AM at Garden for the Environment (7th
Why let the
See electric and hot water systems at residential and commercial sites.
Hear how one resident organized her neighborhood block to go solar
together and purchase individual electric systems at a group discount.
The extension will continue to Heron's Head Park for a visit to the
EcoCenter - San Francisco's first completely off-grid building.
in sunlight go to waste?
and Buchanan St.). 2 hour ride plus optional 1.5 hour extension.
For more information, please contact Sarah Roggero at email@example.com
- meet 9:45 AM at Koshland Park (Page St.
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