To celebrate city life, the intention to include the green life balance is a consistent focus for San Franciscans. The folks of Friends of the Urban Forest, who tirelessly dedicate skills, resources and time to bring more of Mother Nature to the streets, have chosen to celebrate 2014 Earth Day with a gift to neighbors. Careful city planning and drought resistant plant selections have transformed 969 square feet of concrete into beautiful gardens. The 500 block of Broderick Street in the North of Panhandle district has been remarkably upgraded, drawing a cohesive community effort to keep this new precious sign of life clean and available for random gatherings. Check out the before and after photos! What a difference!
Dan Flanagan, Executive Director of FUF has honored this community with the 2014 More Greenifed City Block! Congrats neighbors and enjoy many wonderful green gatherings to come. It is my Earth Day wish that your great momentum is contagious! Check out other areas of the city that are “going green” on my other posts Sunset Boulevard Greenway Project and Big Plans for Potrero Ave. Contact Dan to Greenify your city block today!