Volunteers Needed for SF’s First Ever Asian Community Garden

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The Green Initiative for Asian Families (GIAF) is seeking motivated volunteers to help grow the first Asian community garden organized by and for the Asian community in San Francisco. Help create a green space that will help new immigrants live healthy lifestyles, grow and share fresh produce and features to be enjoyed by people of all backgrounds.

If you enjoy being outdoors and getting your hands dirty, join us in building the garden from the ground up!

You must be physically able to do light garden work including bending, stretching, and light lifting in an outdoor setting. Any training will be done by appropriate staff and will be specific to your assigned work area.

When & Where
The second and fourth Saturday of every month

10am-1pm at the end of the cul-de-sac at Williams Ave. and Diana St.

Volunteer Tasks
General cleanup of garden grounds
Removal of non-native invasive plant species
Litter pickup

Sign up online: www.tinyurl.com/AWFvolunteer

For questions or group volunteer signups, call (415) 373-0896

The Green Initiative for Asian Families (GIAF) is a project of the AsianWeek Foundation. GIAF is a network of Asian and Pacific Islander community-based organizations and service providers committed to developing a culturally proficient and inclusive approach to increase sustainable practices. The garden site is located in the Bayview District and is approximately one acre in size.

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