[Updated January 31, 2015]
NINE WAYS TO HELP
Here’s what you can do to help save this magnificent forest. While the project is on hold, we do not believe it has gone away. Meanwhile, tree-felling and understory removal continues as “routine maintenance.”
WRITE TO THE DECISION-MAKERS
1) Write to Governor Jerry Brown, telling him this forest is a unique treasure and must be saved. The current “pause” should become permanent. Governor Brown is ex-officio a Regent of the UC Board of Regents.
Governor Jerry Brown
c/o State Capitol, Suite 1173, Sacramento, CA 95814
Phone: (916) 445-2841; Fax: (916) 558-3160
“Due to limited resources, responses to inquiries via mail may take up to 90 days. If you would like a more timely response, please use the email form ….” HERE.
2) Write to the Board of Regents to thank them for taking a pause in this controversial, expensive, and environmentally destructive act, and asking them to preserve the forest that we know and love.
Address: Office of the Secretary and
Chief of Staff to the Regents, 1111 Franklin St., 12th Floor, Oakland, CA 94607
Fax: (510) 987-9224.
Their email address is: email@example.com
3) Write to Sam Hawgood, Chancellor of the University of California San Francisco, saying the same thing. Here’s his address:
University of California, San Francisco
513 Parnassus Avenue, S-126
San Francisco, CA 94143-0402
Email: Chancellor@ucsf.edu or firstname.lastname@example.org
SHOW YOUR SUPPORT
4) Sign the two petitions to save the forest if you haven’t already. One is to UCSF, which owns three-quarters of the forest. Available HERE (or click on the button below).
One-quarter of the forest is on City property, and comes under the Natural Areas Program – the Interior Greenbelt. Unfortunately, this is also destroying trees and using pesticides. Please support the San Francisco Forest Alliance in their efforts to oppose these measures.
5) Subscribe to this website, www. SaveSutro.com for ongoing information and analysis. You’ll get an email with each new post we publish. (You can subscribe by going to the top right corner of any page of the website, and entering your email address.)
6) “Like” our Facebook page if you’re on Facebook. (As of January 2015, we had nearly 800 “likes.”)
7) Join our mailing list. Send us your contact (email) stating your support, your particular issues with what is going on, and if you would like to help by being part of our “critical mass” of supporters.
GET THE WORD OUT!
8) Tell people about this website and the petitions. Ask your friends who care about trees and forests to “Like” us on Facebook – and to sign the petitions. It will help show their support and stay updated.
9) Help us get the word out! Tell people about this issue, point them at this website or our Facebook page.
Let us know if you would like to help in other ways, such as contacting supervisors and other government officials, giving talks, attending meetings and making public comments, or give us your own ideas for helping out. Email us at fk94131 at yahoo.com
Thanks for the support!