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A New Leaf: Newsletter

The making and publication of this newsletter was funded by the Office of Mentoring and Service Learning until the Fall 2010.  If you'd like to volunteer to publicize what the Center is doing, contact Crima Pogge.

We now have a garden blog, but its acitivity is sparse and depends on your participation.  Interested? Contact Crima Pogge.

Volume 10, Issue 2: Fall 2010

Content: Native Plant Garden Return; Graduate Perspective: Environmental Sciences at UC Davis; CCSF's Farmer's Market; Poem: A New Leaf.

Volume 10, Issue 1: Spring 2010

Content: CCSF Students Restore Butterfly Habitat at Milagra Ridge; An Intern’s Life Part 1: The Change I Wish to Be; An Intern’s Life Part 2: Cleaning Up at Pier 94; Earth Day!?! Try Earth Week!

Volume 9, Issue 1: Spring 2009
Content: Center for Habitat Restoration, Sustainability website, All Hands on Green conference, News from the bikery, Get involved, Ecology classes, Environmental Science degree, Lupine variicolor

Volume 8, Issue2: Fall 2008
Content: Native Plant Garden, Bikery, Food not Garbage, Sustainability Plan - CCSF is going green!!!!

Volume 8, Issue 1: Spring 2008
Content: Native plant garden on campus, Trade and cap program, Community gardens in SF, Sustainability plan at CCSF, Felidae Conservation Fund, Green Taxis, Fall ecology classes.
Volume 5, Issue 1: Spring 2005
Contents: Life and Times of Brian Hildebidle, New Instructor: Joe Cannon, Kai Classen on Ecology classes

Volume 4, Issue 3: Fall 2004
Contents: Crissy Field Student Trip, Intern Experience, New Intern Meetin

Volume 4, Issue 2: Spring 2004
Contents: Internship Overview, Common Shorebirds, Volunteer Days

Volume 4, Issue 1: Fall 2003
Contents: Tracking Down The Enemy, Stewarding the Center, What’s At Stake, Wetland Revival, About The Center