HOW TO GET INVOLVED:
TRAIL & HABITAT WORK –
SF Urban Riders most important contribution is providing volunteer effort to improve our recreational trails and revitalize neglected open space. We believe land management policies that encourage a healthy combination of recreation and restoration is what brings community together and accomplishes common goals.
SFUR members continue to contribute to the stewardship of our environment:
2014 – 1628 hours
2013 – 1412 hours
2012 – 1562 hours
2011 – 1315 hours
2010 – 1810 hours
2009 – 1934 total hours
2008 – 607 total hours
Events include regular work days on UCSF’s Mount Sutro Open Space, as well as other locations such as McLaren Park. Every place we work is unique and each has a colorful history, some going back over 100 years old.
Don’t miss this great opportunity to participate in and learn trail building and habitat restoration skills right here in San Francisco!
For more information about upcoming events, please follow our Facebook page. A regular event is organized by the Sutro Stewards, you can find their schedule at www.sutrostewards.org . Let them know you’re part of SF Urban Riders when you sign in for the day.
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