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Tag Archives: Biodiversity Plan
Opposing ROSE’s Policy 4.2 – Update
[UPDATE: Disappointingly, despite what we were told was a deluge of emails and phone calls, the Board of Supervisors passed the ROSE – including Policy 4.2. Details are available here: The ROSE disappointment.] Two weeks ago, we explained why we … Continue reading
No Grant for “Biodiversity” Plan!
Last month, we wrote about the city’s new proposed “Biodiversity” Plan that is even worse than the Natural Areas Program (NAP). In that post, we talked about their effort to get a $250,000 grant from the California Strategic Growth Council, … Continue reading
Posted in "Natural" Areas Program Tagged Biodiversity Plan, ROSE 3 Comments
Watch Out for ROSE (Action Alert)
Next Monday- June 16, 2014 – San Francisco Board of Supervisors’ Land Use Committee will consider whether to approve the Draft Recreation and Open Space Element (ROSE). The ROSE is a document that will govern how SF manages its open … Continue reading
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