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.
The National Wildlife Federation describes the California red-legged frog as “a rare species of frog found almost exclusively in the state of California.”
The College Hill Learning Garden is a 7,628 sq ft education and demonstration garden designed to teach students about ecologically friendly water, food, energy and waste systems.
To date the project has moved over 7 million cubic feet of rock soil at the site, enough to cover all of Treasure Island with 7.5 feet of soil.
After years of planning and political jousting, San Francisco is poised to launch its Clean Power SF program -