[Image courtesy of Streetsblog]
A patch of greenery at Hayes Valley Farm [Photo Credit: Fabiana Meacham]
An example of "Palletecture" from I-Beam Design [Photo via I-Beam Design]
While living in the suburbs often appears less expensive than living in the city, this is often not the case when factoring in transportation costs. The Center for Neighborhood Technology just released an expanded version of their housing and transportation index which provides a comprehensive view of neighborhood affordability.
[The Vendor Power! poster breaks down NYC's rules and regulations for street vendors. Photo courtesy of Making Policy Public]
The Levi's Workshop on Valencia Street [Photo Credit: flickr user thepostfamily]
The Tenderloin National Forest [Photo Credit: Colleen McHugh]
Hayes Valley Farm extends to the very edge of a more traditional urban scene [Photo Credit: Fabiana Meacham]
[Photo Credit: flickr user notaboutwill]
[Photo Credit: Colleen McHugh]
Plug-in cars in San Francisco [Photo Credit: flickr user felixkramer]
Reflected Loop [Image via San Francisco Arts Commission]
The California High Speed Rail Authority met yesterday in San Francisco. The agenda was packed with many interesting things including a new station area development policy.
As a budding apiarist, I was devastated to hear about the Hayes Valley Farm incident last week. An unknown person sprayed two beehives with household pesticides - destroying the hives and killing thousands of bees. Hayes Valley, the community farm in San Francisco, used the San Francisco Bee-Cause beehives in to help educate Bay Area residents about beekeeping and urban farming.
[Photo Credit: flickr user Snapsi42]