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California native tree Bonsai for Tenderloin Sidewalk garden

October 23, 2018

Our Theory is that native tree Bonsai would not require a Public works tree permit and would only require a permit for the native plant garden. The Bonsai project would be a part of a low-income housing employment and training program

Project Locations

 

http://www.tndc.org/take-a-virtual-tour-of-our-properties/

 

Hotel sustainability committee

https://hotelcouncilsf.org/about/sustainability/

Pennsylvania street garden presentation

https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1cysP7dWLDCVhAdsHxtJB9B47OSiVmGyNZiXa8mmRlCg/edit?usp=sharing

Pollinator project presentation

https://www.withhoneyintheheart.com/projects/

Street Parks Workshop
Hosted by Parks Alliance & Public Works

Street Parks Workshop Hosted by Parks Alliance & Public Works

We propose to do this

Land Life Company

 

 

The San Francisco Hotel and Tenderloin resident honey bee collaborative

Final version

 

 

Proposed Partners

 

Mr. Falk CEO TNDC

 

Mr. Shaw THC

 

DISH property’s

 

Community housing partnership

 

Mr. Rappolee Tree evangelist

 

Pollinator Partnership

 

Urban bee San Francisco

 

North Coast native nursery

 

Sustainability Committee of the hotel Council

 

Clift Bee Sanctuary and Cocktail Herb Garden

 

Fairmont HONEYBEES & HERB GARDEN

 

W hotel rooftop bees

 

 

 

Many property owners here in the tenderloin hate trees because they perceive them to be attractors of human waste, however, the large Nonprofit landlords employ an army of patience staff., You can see them every day hosing down the sidewalks, this is where you want to be a tree.

It is in the interests of the Hotel Sustainability council rooftop bee project to make the Tenderloin bloom, so I intend to try and enlist them to help us.

We need to build coalitions to convince Friends of the Urban Forest to do business here in the challenging environment of the Tenderloin. We need to build coalitions

 

The hotels should welcome not only trees but TNDC buildings all having sidewalk gardens because here we can make California native flowers common and within flying distance of the rooftop bees. (TNDC has agreed to sponsor trees)

Friends of the urban forest and the city economic development and job training folks all run summer youth job programs

Contacts

marissa@sfparksalliance.org

Street Parks <streetparks@sfparksalliance.org>

julia.brashares@sfdpw.org 

chris.buck@sfdpw.org

info@hotelcouncilsf.org

jleung@hotelcouncilsf.org

 

 

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