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Sep09

A.L.L. Green Futures Fall 2019 Paid Internship For Middle & High School Students

ALL Green Futures Paid Internship Fall 2019

This fall, Life Frames, Inc. and A Living Library present a unique opportunity for Middle and high school students to learn about green job skills and sustainable practices through an integrated hands-on learning program. Earn up to $175 for High School students / up to $125 for Middle School students while learning about California native plants, urban agriculture, flood mitigation, and so on. Fill out the PUC-DCYF-FALL 2019 ALLGreenFutures Application today! 

Sep05

FREE Organic Gardening & CA Native Workshop in OMI/ Excelsior Living Library Lower Garden

Please join us for our next A Living Library FREE Organic Gardening & CA Native Plants Workshop in D11 at the OMI/Excelsior Living Library & Think Park on Saturday, September 7, 2-5:30 PM. Meet in Lower Garden on Oneida off San Jose Avenue between Ocean & Geneva Avenues and Denman & San Miguel schools - Near Balboa BART. Please see flyer below for more details.

FREE Organic Gardening & CA Native Workshop

All Ages are Welcome including Seniors ! Please share with your friends and neighbors.

Aug24

Enjoy & Learn About Organic & CA Native Gardening In Free Community Workshops By OMI/ Excelsior Living Library

A Living Library SF Workshop

Learn about organic and California native gardening in free community workshops for all ages conducted by OMI/ Excelsior Living Library & Think Park in Lower Garden of OMI/ Excelsior Living Library , in Oneida Avenue. In today's workshop (Aug 24, 2019, 2 PM-5 PM), A.L.L. Garden Instructor Marius Samso will discuss about soil and compost, proper pruning, plant propagation, and organic integrated pest management. Please wear closed-toe shoes, hat and sunblock and do not forget to bring a water bottle. Snacks will be provided. 

May02

A.L.L. Green Futures Summer 2019 Paid Internship For Middle & High School Students

This summer, Life Frames, Inc. and A Living Library offer a unique opportunity for Middle & High School students to learn green job skills and sustainable business practices through integrated hands-on learning program. Earn up to $350 for High School students/ up to $250 for Middle School students while learning about California Native plants and wildlife, stormwater reuse, flood mitigation and so on. Fill out the PUC-DCYF-Summer 2019 A.L.L. Green Futures Application Form today!

A.L.L. Green Futures Summer 2019 Paid Internship Program for Middle & High School Students


Apr11

Update On Transformation Of Seneca Avenue Streetscape In San Francisco

A generous grant awarded to Life Frames, Inc. in January 2018 by the California Natural Resources Agency under Proposition 1 – California Urban Rivers Grant Program – is helping the ecological transformation of Seneca Avenue between San Jose and Cayuga Avenues in the Islais Creek Watershed. As planned by Bonnie Ora Sherk and Life Frames, Inc. in conjunction with hydrogeologists from Ramboll, the long, wide, currently barren street of Seneca Avenue will be developed into a series of Rain Gardens to help address climate changes and mitigate flooding in the Cayuga Valley from storm water overflows in the sewer system and the historic, flooding, Islais Creek under Balboa High School and along Cayuga Avenue.

This Seneca transformation will also expand the OMI/Excelsior Living Library & Think Park at the campuses of the local schools, by planting hundreds of California native trees and understory plants.  This work will also expand the A.L.L. Nature Walk linking schools, parks, public housing, streets, and other open spaces in the Islais Creek Watershed, the largest Watershed in San Francisco.

Seneca Avenue Streetscape Sitemap_A.L.L.

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