Urban Agriculture Resource Center at Alemany Farm on Saturday, 9am til noon.

BYOB (Bring Your Own Bucket) – Alemany Farm on Saturday, 9am til noon.

“Please come by Alemany Farm this Saturday from 9-12 for an urban ag resource center featuring compost, soil, mulch, fish bone meal, and stumps and branches. Great materials for a seating area or building beds or hugelkultur; these stumps range from 18-30” in diameter and need to go ASAP! 700 Alemany Blvd, Urban Ag Resource Center, 9-12pm this Saturday, May 16th.”
– Hannah Shulman

Urban Ag Resource Day at Alemany Farm, this Saturday from 9am to noon — bring a bucket or two and take home some soil or wood chip mulch for your garden.

Urban Agriculture Resource Centers are a free service of the SF Rec and Park Urban Agriculture Program. The resource centers will have materials for all levels of urban agriculture (backyard gardener, community gardener, or urban farmer) to pick up supplies, get educational opportunities, and build on the existing informal and formal networks of garden materials and programs. Materials on site are available to any gardener in the city of San Francisco to help green and beautify the city.

Bring your own container to put materials in; drive up access will be available as well (limited amounts available per person). Thanks to Recology for the compost and Rec and Park for the mulch and soil.

Monthly: Golden Gate Park CommUNITY Garden, 780 Frederick: January 24, 2015; February 21, 2015; March 7, 2015; April 4, 2015; May 9,2015; June 13,2015. All dates 9am -12pm.

Quarterly: Alemany Farm, 700 Alemany Blvd: February 7, 2015; May 16, 2015. 9am – 12pm.

Mobile: Bayview Garden Resource Hub (pop-up series in partnership with the Recreation and Park Department, Public Utilities Commission, San Francisco Department of the Environment the San Francisco Foundation, Girls 2000 and Quesada Gardens Initiative).

More info: http://sfrecpark.org/park-improvements/urban-agriculture-program-citywide/urban-agriculture-resource-centers/


INHABIT: A Permaculture Perspective at Impact Hub Oakland


Urban Permaculture Institute of the SF Bay Area + Impact Hub Oakland will be showing the new documentary INHABIT: A Permaculture Perspective on May 28th @ Impact Hub Oakland.

  • Family Friendly – kids activities during the screening – Kids under 10 are free
  • Free Biodynamic cocktail or mocktail with ticket
  • Panel Discussion: “Evolving the Voice of Permaculture: Race and Gender Inclusivity”

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Event Details

When: Thursday, May 28, 2015 from 6:30 PM to 10:30 PM (PDT)

Where: Impact Hub Oakland, 2323 Broadway, Oakland, CA 94612

More Info and Tickets: