Center for Habitat Restoration
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CHR partners and sites

Partner agencies working with the Center for Habitat Restoration provide varied sites and experiences.

Alemany Farm and Hayes Valley farm - yes, there are farms in San Francisco that are actually producing food! The Greencorps, a student organization at CCSF is planning to bring an organic Farmer's market

California Native Garden Foundation gave us a generous donation for the native plant garden and does interesting work in environmental education, landscaping, urban farming (have you heard of vertical farming?), and watershed stewardship.

The Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA), designated a national park in 1972, is one of the largest urban national parks in the world. The total park area is 75,398 acres of land and water.

The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department's goal is to provide recreational activities, maintain beautiful parks, and preserve the environment for the well-being of our diverse community.

The Golden Gate Audubon Society is dedicated to protecting Bay Area birds, other wildlife, and their natural habitats. They conserve and restore wildlife habitats, connect people of all ages and backgrounds with the natural world, and educate and engage Bay Area residents in the protection of our shared, local environment.

The East Bay Regional Park District mission is to provide recreational opportunities, ensure the natural beauty of the land, and to protect wildlife habitat.

Save the Bay is the oldest and largest organization working exclusively to protect, restore and celebrate San Francisco Bay. As the Bay’s leading champion since 1961, Save The Bay is committed to making the Bay cleaner and healthier for people and wildlife.

Bay Nature magazine is a full-color quarterly publication that explores the natural world of the San Francisco Bay Area. Their goal is to unite artistic, scientific, conservation, literary, and recreational perspectives to celebrate, understand, and protect the environment we live in.

Mountain Lake, located in the Presidio, is one of the few remaining natural lakes on the San Francisco peninsula. The California Academy of Sciences has set up a group of volunteers to moniter the progress of its restoration efforts.

Literacy for Environmental Justice (LEJ) organizes San Francisco's school-aged youth in educational neighborhood improvement program.

Randall Museum Volunteer to help maintain and restore the magnificent hill adjacent to the museum, overlooking the San Francisco Bay Area. Remove invasive weeds, plant and learn to identify California native plants that support wildlife, maintain trails, and learn about your San Francisco ecosystem.

The San Francisco Conservatory of Flowers