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Five Black environmental champions are pictured here in a collage

Celebrating Black environmentalists during Black History Month

A woman with shoulder-length curly black hair and glasses reads a newspaper in the backseat of a taxi car

Free emergency taxi rides home in SF!

Blue, green, and black waste bins on the street with the city of San Francisco in the background

Climate-friendly routines for SF residents

Danielle Grant (she/her), a proud SF resident, public school parent, and SCRAP SF’s programs director!

Faces of SF

Farmers markets in San Francisco

Two people at a bicycle repair workshop

Free bicycle and clothing repair at SF fix-it clinics!

An old map of San Francisco

San Francisco's Natural Heritage

fruits and vegetables displayed on a table

Bay Area Seasonal Fruit & Vegetable Guide

San Francisco’s 2020 Communitywide Greenhouse Gas Inventory Results

Cedar Waxwing Bird

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Four multi-colored spray bottles in a row with a hand holding a magnifying glass over the first one

Screen For a Safer Clean

Be a Label Reader! When you clean and disinfect your home, you shouldn’t have to worry about exposure to chemicals that harm your health.

A cutting board with corn husks and kale on top and a compost pail close by for the food scraps

Real Foodies Compost

Beyond the table, there’s a place where food lives again. A place free of hashtags and filters, or blog posts and updates. Where leftovers flourish and crumbs are reborn. And while not picturesque, it nourishes the city we love so it’s always postcard perfect. It keeps our green spaces beautiful, our soil rich, and neighborhoods smiling.

Landscape portrait of person wearing an all-yellow outfit and hat with a reusable bag with groceries in the foreground

Reuse SF

It's never been easier to resuse! It comes down to three simple habits: Carry reusable shopping bags, bring a reusable travel mug or water bottle, and refuse plastic utensils - choose reusables instead. 

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