From neighborhoods to City Hall, we provide education and mobilize civic action to protect our environment.
As an advocate for parks and open spaces across San Francisco, we vocalize to conserve and create habitat for insects, birds, amphibians, mammals, and more. Nature in the City gives voice to the non-human residents and plant life. As grassroots organizers, we're proud to be one of leading advocates that helped the City to approve the City's Natural Resources Management Plan and the newly designed Francisco Park.
Want to connect with us and join our movement? Please reach out to Zahra Kelly, Advocacy and Projects Manager at Nature in the City. We can't wait to work with you.
Protecting Urban Natural Areas
We're currently leading the effort to protect Palou Phelps Park in San Francisco's Bayview Hunters Point neighborhood from urban development. Learn more about our advocacy project: