"Hi SFBay Gardeners,
If you're looking to get some dirt under your fingernails come volunteer with us tomorrow at the Garden for the Environment at 7th ave and Lawton St anytime between 10 and 3. We will be transplanting strawberries…"
San Francisco's Organic Participatory Demonstration Garden
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Garden for the Environment maintains a nationally acclaimed one-acre urban demonstration garden and offers environmental education programs about organic gardening, urban compost systems and sustainable food systems. Since its founding in 1990, the garden has operated as a demonstration site for small-scale urban ecological food production, organic gardening and low water-use landscaping.
Today, GFE’s programs include four central educational elements; a three month intensive Gardening and Composting Educator Training program, monthly Compost Education workshops conducted at the garden and community gardens throughout San Francisco, the Resource Efficient Landscape Education series, and the School Education program offered in partnership with San Francisco Unified School District and San Francisco’s Department of the Environment.
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