Calendar of Events

Events for June 22, 2020

Jun 30
California
Join Walk SF in a conversation with health and outdoor education experts to talk about the importance of fresh air, and how to safely get outside.
Jun 30
California
Learn how to more safely choose and use cleaning, sanitizing and disinfecting products and practices for child care facilities and schools in this time of COVID-19 from subject-matter experts.
Jun 26
California
In this weekly IG live series, MoAD’s Chef-in-Residence Bryant Terry will talk to noted creatives of African descent (farmers, chefs, authors, activists, entrepreneurs, and the like) about how they have been navigating work and life during the stay-at-home order.
Jun 26
California
Are you ready to grow your own food and medicine for self-reliance and community resilience? Every Friday, experienced Black womxn* farmers answer your call-in questions about gardening, livestock, agroforestry, plant medicine, and food preservation.
Jun 26
California
For thousands of years, the Bay Area has been the home of many, diverse groups of Indigenous Peoples with complex cultures and relationships to the land. Join Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST) and California State Parks for a three-part webinar series delivered by Mark Hylkema, California State Parks Archaeologist and Adjunct Professor of Anthropology at Foothill College.
Jun 24
California
Hear from Anthony Myint, a chef, food activist, speak about his collaboration with the CA Dept. of Food and Agriculture, CA Air Resources Board, CalEPA and CA Resource Conservation Districts on a new program called Restore California. Restore California applies the model of Community Choice Aggregation to the food system by directing a few cents per meal to provide grants to help farmers implement more renewable practices such as compost application, planting cover crops, and other regenerative practices.
Jun 24
California
Buzz along with the bees in the Fog City Garden! Learn about the foods that bees help put on our table and leave with knowledge about honey harvests.
Jun 24
California
Chemicals are used in production, processing, and packaging that are known or suspected to be harmful to humans. During this month's call, the featured speaker, Stacy Malkan, will discuss the path that led to the current state of affairs (i.e. lack of federal oversight, industry-funded research, self-regulation), how the adverse health effects of these toxic products disproportionately harm women and communities of color, as well as successful and ongoing methods to address these serious environmental health and justice issues.
Jun 23
California
The Urban Forestry Council is cancelled on June 23, 2020 at 6:00 p.m.
Jun 20
California
Learn how to take full advantage of the unique gardening climate in San Francisco, where you can grow your own fruits and vegetables year-round, with Carey Craddock, a horticulturalist who has been gardening and teaching others to garden in San Francisco since 1997.
Jun 19
California
Join Race to Zero Waste for a Zero Waste Action Hour - an educational series taking place every third Friday.
Jun 19
California
For thousands of years, the Bay Area has been the home of many, diverse groups of Indigenous Peoples with complex cultures and relationships to the land. Join Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST) and California State Parks for a three-part webinar series delivered by Mark Hylkema, California State Parks Archaeologist and Adjunct Professor of Anthropology at Foothill College.
Jun 18
California
Certain underlying chronic conditions associated with exposures to endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) are exacerbating the effects of COVID-19 in vulnerable populations. Older adults and those who have compromised immune systems, or other underlying conditions such as diabetes, asthma, or obesity have shown to be at increased risk of more severe illness from the virus. During this webinar, Dr. Linda Birnbaum, Dr. Aly Cohen, and Dr. John Peterson Myers will discuss the impacts of EDCs on population and individual health during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jun 16
California
In this multi-lingual webinar series, Carbon Trust experts will define carbon neutrality and how it differs from net zero, present the step-by-step process of how an organisation, product or event can achieve a carbon neutral certification, and discuss how this fits into a wider carbon strategy.
Jun 12
California
For thousands of years, the Bay Area has been the home of many, diverse groups of Indigenous Peoples with complex cultures and relationships to the land. Join Peninsula Open Space Trust (POST) and California State Parks for a three-part webinar series delivered by Mark Hylkema, California State Parks Archaeologist, and Adjunct Professor of Anthropology at Foothill College.
Jun 10
California
The Commission on the Environment is scheduled to meet on June 10,2020 at 6:00 p.m. virtually on WebEx.
Jun 10
California
The Municipal Green Building Task Force is scheduled to meet on June 10, 2020 at 1:30 p.m. at 30 Van Ness Avenue, 4th Floor, BOA Conference Room, San Francisco, CA 94102.
Jun 9
California
Learn the basics about owning an electric vehicle like battery charging, government rebates, and buying used versus new.
Jun 8
California
The Commission on the Environment Policy Committee is scheduled to meet on June 8, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. in City Hall, Room 421, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, San Francisco, CA 94102.
Jun 5 to Aug 28
California
Save California Salmon is hosting an online summer speaker series focused on advocacy and environmental justice for indigenous communities. All webinars are free and open to the public.

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