Support San Francisco's nationally acclaimed teaching garden!

On Saturday September 10th we will be hosting a fall garden party in our 1/2 acre organic teaching garden.

Serving pizzas cooked with garden-grown ingredients, beer from local breweries and hosting tours of our demonstration gardens,
this fun and family friendly event will be the opportunity for us to showcase our garden and the local businesses that support us.

Participating breweries: 
Social Kitchen & BreweryFort Point Beer Company, Berryessa Brewing Company, Fieldwork Brewing Company

Live bluegrass performed by:
Nate Jones & The Sloe Sippers

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We need your help.

We are looking for local businesses to sponsor our event, donate food and beer, and donate funds to support the work of our organization.

Contact Maggie Marks, maggie@gardenfortheenvironment.org to discuss how you can support gardening today.

We will recognize your contribution on our website, event ticketing page,
our newsletter (sent to 5,000 local folks monthly), and on printed Fall Garden Party materials.

Since 1990, our garden has taught water conservation and organic gardening to thousands of adults and youth each year.
One exciting project we hope to achieve with your support is rebuilding our greenhouse
to be a state of the art educational space that will capture over 3,000 gallons of rainwater per year.

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Join our list of local supporters!

Absinthe Brasserie & Bar and Boxing Room, Arizmendi Bakery, Berryessa Brewing Company, Bi Rite Market, Cole Hardware, Commonwealth Restaurant, The SF Department of the Environment, Fieldwork Brewing Company, Flowercraft, Flora Grubb Gardens, Fort Point Beer Company, Garden Root Company, Goodscapes, Guerra Quality Meats, Janet Moyer Landscaping, Kaiser Permanente, Lyngso Garden Materials, Nopalito Restaurant, The San Francsico Parks Alliance, The SF Public Utilities Commission, Social Kitchen & Brewery, Sloat Garden Center, The Urban Farmer Store, Whole Foods Market

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Learn more our secret urban garden in the middle of the city!

 
 

Thank you so much to the talented McKenzie Phelan for designing us a beautiful poster for this event!