Friday, August 11, 2017

Tenderloin People's Garden

While on a quick day trip to San Francisco to get a San Francisco library card (way better selection of e-books!) and a National Parks senior pass before the price increase (you only have until August 28 people!) my friend and I stopped by Soluna for lunch. As we crossed the street I noticed this wonderful urban garden. 

The Tenderloin is one of the few neighborhoods without a full service grocery store and this garden, planted on city land, attempts to fill part of that void. 

Volunteers grow, harvest, and distribute fresh produce here, free of charge, twice a month.

Although it was closed when we walked by the garden was lovely and looked to be producing nicely.

It was a bright spot on a foggy, cool, August day.

1 comment:

Kathy said...

I was wondering what Tenderloin people were!