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Stephen Pulliam


The community gardening program at Potrero began as a modest garden with four garden boxes in 2010. With the development of the Texas Street Farm in 2014, the program added a third of an acre and now includes weekly workdays, monthly classes, a monthly Kid’s Garden workshop, and front door barrel gardens.

The Potrero Community Gardening program has provided numerous benefits to the Potrero public housing community as well as to the greater neighborhood. These benefits include: increased access to and knowledge of fresh vegetables, increased community engagement, and the addition of valuable green spaces to the environment.

Get Involved

Join this group at 901 Texas Street for:

  • Weekly garden workdays, Saturday from 12 to 3pm
  • Monthly kid’s garden workshops, held the first Saturday of the month from 11am to 12pm
  • Monthly gardening classes, held the second Saturday of the month from 11am to 12pm

What SF Parks Alliance Loves

This group brings gardening and education together as a way to connect neighbors and build a community… absolutely brilliant!

Send a check payable to the SF Parks Alliance with the memo “Potrero Sustainable Living Group” to the following address, or donate directly through the button below:

SF Parks Alliance
1074 Folsom Street
San Francisco, CA 94103