From GPA: Lemon trees quarantined

Read on the Glen Park Association blog about the recent identification of a destructive insect infecting lemon trees in SF, and the quarantine.

An innocuous insect that carries a devastating disease which has destroyed citrus groves in Africa and South America has arrived in San Francisco. The Asian citrus psyllid has been found in the Marina district and the California Department of Food and Agriculture is making anyone with citrus trees on their property to avoid moving fruit and plants.


Sustainability and Balboa Reservoir Project

On Dec 5, the developer team for the Balboa Reservoir housing development, AvalonBay/BRIDGE, held a holiday meeting event with Sustainability as the focus subject. Informational posters were presented. The PDF is available here, or see images below. Public comment was taken during the event, and will be presented later. Public commnet about the Balboa Reservoir project can be submitted at any time, see contact details at the end of this post. [More about the Balboa Reservoir Community Advisory Committee.]


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Jun 16: Gardening in the Sunnyside Conservatory


Gardening in the Sunnyside Conservatory
Sat, Jun 16, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Sunnyside Conservatory, 236 Monterey Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94131

Sunnyside Conservatory. From
Sunnyside Conservatory. From

Sally Ross is hosting a garden day at the Conservatory.

Greetings to all Gardeners,

This note is to let you know that we will be having a gardening day in the Sunnyside Conservatory on Saturday, June 16th from 9:00 am till noon.  Continue reading “Jun 16: Gardening in the Sunnyside Conservatory”