Pulling Arsenic from the Santa Fe Right-of-Way

Pulling Arsenic from the Santa Fe Right-of-Way

Several years ago, San Pablo Park neighbors organized to plant a community orchard in one of the grassy vacant lots that crosses diagonally through their neighborhood. The string of vacant lots is part of the Santa Fe Right-of-Way, an old railroad corridor that ran north-south west of Sacramento Street. Other parts of the Santa Fe… Read more »

Celebrate a New Bio-Remediation Project at the Santa Fe Right of Way this Sunday, 11/18/12

Celebrate a New Bio-Remediation Project at the Santa Fe Right of Way this Sunday, 11/18/12

This is one event that has been a long time coming, and we hope you join the celebration! For years, neighbors and gardeners in South Berkeley have been advocating for creating a usable public space on the Santa Fe Right of Way, a 40 foot wide swath that runs through residential neighborhoods along an old… Read more »