Earth Day @CCSF
April 18, 2019
"Natural Areas of San Francisco", co-sponsored by CCSF's Biology Department
Friday, April 5, 2019, noon to 1 p.m, Science 300, Ocean Campus
Christopher Campbell is Chief Natural Resource Specialist, SF Recreation and Park's Natural Resource Division.
Learn about his work in some of the 32 Significant Natural Resource Areas managed by our Rec and Park Department. These are undeveloped open spaces, remnants of habitat deserving protection for native plants and wildlife that co-evolved with them, including endangered, threatened and significant species.
"A Natural History of San Francisco"
Wednesday, April 17, 2019, 3 - 4:30 p.m. Science 136, Ocean Campus
Greg Gaar is a native San Franciscan, park advocate, photographer and author of San Francisco: A Natural History (available via Rosenberg Library).
His slide presentation with 100 historic photographs will show the evolution of San Francisco's landscape including the creeks, lakes, prairies, trees and bay shore. We will discuss what's been lost, what remains and the importance of habitat restoration for preserving San Francisco's natural heritage.
"Earth Day Campus Clean-Up"
Monday April 22, 2019, @11 am, Meeting at the Library Entrance, Ocean Campus
The CCSF Zero Waste Club is sponsoring this event to tidy up Ocean Campus and in recognition of Earth Day 2019.
Gloves and other supplies will be provided.
"Ride and Drive Electric Vehicles"
Sunday, April 28, 2019, 10 am - 2:30 pm, at the parking lot outside MUB, Ocean Campus
The Golden Gate Electric Vehicle Association is sponsoring this event for drivers 18 years or older, with a permit from CCSF. Experienced EV owners and dealers will be on hand to talk about their experiences and answer questions.
"Earth Month Display"
Check the entrance to Rosenberg Library during April for their Earth Month display of books and materials, including photos of natural landscapes of San Francisco.