Help restore the Hunters Point Bayview Shoreline on April 2

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    Literacy for Environmental Justice (or LEJ: it's pronounced "ledge") has been part of Bayview Hunters Point since 1998. When it first started, LEJ focused on community activism.  LEJ defines it as the right of all people to have equal access to their basic needs. This includes: Safe energy , Healthy food , Clean air and water ,Open, safe and non-toxic communities.  At LEJ, we see these things as basic human rights that's environmental justice. Our conservation and restoration projects on the southeast bayfront shoreline depend on hundreds of volunteers every year — come join us!
     

    Click here to volunteer!

    What: Plants Gone Wild Native Plants Nursery
    Date and Time:April 2 10 am – 2 pm
    What:Nursery volunteers grow native plant stock for restoration projects in Candlestick Point State Recreation Area and Heron's Head Park, and help out with special projects.

    Clothing:Wear appropriate clothing; gloves and tools provided. All ages welcome. For more information, contact Program Manager Carlos Julio Gonzalez.

    Directions: The nursery is at 1150 Carroll Ave. (Ranger Station); take Muni #29 to the Gilman Playground stop. Follow Gilman toward the stadium and make a left on Aurelious Walker, which loops around and becomes Carroll Ave.