Watershed, written and directed by Bay Area filmmaker Mark Decena and co-produced by Jamie Redford, brings audiences beautiful images of the river's dramatic geography and the shocking fact that the river already runs dry before it reaches its natural end at the Gulf of California.
Tuesday, April 22 6:00p.m. Koret Auditorium, Main Library.
Green Saturdays@ Bernal takes place the second Saturday of every month. The program features hands-on activities and useful information for sustainable living. This program is for all ages and we encourage family participation.
San Francisco Environment wants to help you drop off unwanted clothes, shoes and linens at a location near you.
Why is this important? San Franciscans send 4,500 pounds of textiles to landfill every hour.
Most of the 39 million pounds of textiles we send to the waste stream each year can be reused or recycled into insulation material, flooring, packaging, or cushioning in stuffed toys, insoles, and bags.
Visit San Francisco Environment to find out more about the textile recycling program.
A companion site to Green Planet Films, a nonprofit distributor of nature and environmental films from around the globe, promoting environmental education
The Library strives to give users the inspiration and information for living a greener life, including enlightening public events, reading lists and resources for sustainability, and real-world examples from practices in our own eco-friendly libraries. Green Stacks is a partnership of San Francisco Public Library, San Francisco Environment and Friends of the San Francisco Public Library, and is created in conjunction with the Library’s Wallace Stegner Environmental Center.