Leaders from the Bay Area food and farming community joined representatives of the SFPUC to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Sunol AgPark.
The agreement will help bring thousands of critically needed jobs to San Francisco, while building a healthier, more reliable and seismically-resilient sewer system.
As City government faces a long list of challenges it’s “refreshing" to find a City Department that consistently excels in the mission to which it is entrusted.
“Customers can ease up a little bit but it’s not time to break out the Slip’N Slide just yet.”
Local artist Jenifer Wofford designed the murals to draw attention to the reality that trash and chemicals allowed to flow into storm drains can lead directly to San Francisco Bay.
The new exhibit is open to the public and features a selection from approximately 50 fossils that are up to 12,000 years old.