About Us

San Francisco Forest Alliance is a 501(c) 4 not-for-profit organization. There’s more about that HERE.

San Francisco Forest Alliance is a 501(c)4 not-for-profit organization with a mission of inclusive environmentalism. We fight to protect our environment through outreach and providing information. We oppose the unnecessary destruction of trees, oppose the use of toxic herbicides in parks and public lands, and support public access to our parks and conservation of our tree canopy. We stand for transparency in the use of public funds.

Our list of officers is HERE.

Contact us at SFForestNews@gmail.com

SFFA’s Facebook page is here.

3 Responses to About Us

  1. Kimberly Martin says:

    Hello. Me and my girlfriend are visiting my family in San Francisco, we wanted to get away from the civilization in some kind of forest are with not alot of people there. Can anybody sugest something around San Francisco?

    Webmaster: Within San Francisco, Mount Sutro Forest and Mount Davidson are 100-year-old eucalyptus forests with moderately difficult hiking trails. (No entry fee for either of them.) If you can drive out, Muir Woods is a redwood forest about 40 minutes from San Francisco. There’s an entry charge for visitors.

  2. Robert FRinley says:

    I recently took a walk around Lake Merced. What I witnessed was an example of clear cutting of trees. What is going on? Is it the native plants zealots in the Rec and Park Dept. wreaking havoc on our trees? San Francisco is losing trees by the hundreds every year. Where is the environmentalism in that? Must we have nothing more than weeds and bushes in this city?

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