Unlikely Habitat: A Tenderloin Swallowtail Tour

Posted Thursday June 21, 2012 by admin

Join Walk SF’s Elizabeth Stampe and Nature in the City’s Amber Hasselbring for a tour of Civic Center, the Tenderloin, and the habitat these neighborhoods provide for butterflies and people alike. We’ll learn about our local swallowtails, discuss opportunities for improving walking conditions and greening local streets and parks, and end up at a delightful and unlikely oasis: the Tenderloin National Forest.

Unlikely Habitat: A Tenderloin Swallowtail Tour
Sunday July 1, 11 am – 1 pm
Free for Walk SF members and non-members
(Join Walk SF today)
Meet at the fountain at UN Plaza, near Civic Center BART
Please RSVP here

This walk is part of the Green Connections project to design a network of paths to open space around the city. Take the Green Connections survey!  Survey closes June 30.