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Connecting with organizations in San Francisco, which continually strive to improve quality of Life

Fort Mason Community Garden

Pros: A stunningly beautiful, semi-edible community project
Cons: The 5-7 year wait list for a garden plot
Best For: Sitting at the picnic table or a walk-through any time of the year

Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy/"Parks For All Forever"

Pros: This non-profit is building a community dedicated to preserving Muir Woods, Crissy Field, Alcatraz, The Marin Headlands, Stinson Beach, Lands End and The Presidio
Cons: The loss of many plant and animal species due to urbanization, is difficult to reclaim
Best For: Becoming a volunteer and helping to restore the wild and beautiful parklands

Readers Cafe/Drink Coffee, Support Librairies/Fort Mason Center

Pros: The Friends of the San Francisco Public Library raise money the old-fashioned way. They feed us.
Cons: Adjacent to one of the city's most unusual donation-only bookstores, which means passing the better part of the afternoon in browse mode
Best For: Drinking a cup of Blue Bottle coffee while reading the $2 book you just bought next door

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