Friday, April 29, 2011, 12pm-1pm:
Outside San Francisco City Hall (1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place at Polk Street)

San Francisco is wasting millions on the underutilized, money-losing Sharp Park Golf Course located in Pacifica, while San Francisco community services are being cut. The golf course operations are killing endangered species (California red-legged frog & San Francisco garter snake) on the property and the poor placement of the course destroyed wetland, upland, and lagoon habitat that the endangered species depend on.

We deserve better!!!

In honor of Save the Frogs Day, please join the Wild Equity Institute, SAVE THE FROGS! and the Center for Biological Diversity for the Endangered Communities, Endangered Species Rally.

Take action now – make an impact – tell the city to…

Stop the wasteful spending!
Help the environment while helping your community!
Create a better public park that is open to all – Restore Sharp Park!

There will also be speakers and informational tables.
Free and open to the public.

Endorsed by Coleman Advocates for Children & Youth

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