Volunteers lend hands in garden all day, beginning at 7 am
Thank you for supporting us
For nearly ten years, Quesada Gardens Initiative has proven that Bayview can be united while maintaining its rich diversity. The organization has been on the street every day, building bridges between community, business and government. It has been drawing together longtime residents and new arrivals, and bringing visitors to the heart of Bayview for a positive experience.
Please join Mayor Edwin M. Lee, The U.S. Conference of Mayors, The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company, the Garden Writers Association, the National Gardening Association, Plant A Row for the Hungry, and Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens.
When: Tuesday, March 13th
Where: Quesada Gardens, Bayview
What: Service, learning, and celebration
7 am - Join volunteers and help spruce up the garden. (Meet at 1747 Quesada)
4 pm - Meet the Mayor and guests as they honor new work at Quesada Gardens that is part of Scotts Miracle-Gro's GRO1000 grant program. (Brief program at Quesada Community Mural & Gathering Space on Quesada and Newhall - bottom of stairs).
Getting there: Quesada Gardens is located on the 1700 block of Quesada Avenue in San Francisco's Bayview neighborhood between Third Street and Newhall Street. MUNI: T Third, 22 and 24 lines. For more information, please contact us by email, or call 415.822.0800.
Bayview Footprints is an all-volunteer network of community building groups in Bayview Hunters Point. The Network is not-for-profit, non-political, and driven by the belief that the daily contributions of small circles of people with a deep connection to the community is our best bet for shaping a thriving multicultural neighborhood. Bayview Footprints is facilitated by the Quesada Gardens Initiative.