Author Archives: Erik Hansen

Meet our newest board member: Matt Nessier

You may recognize our newest board member from our monthly volunteer days, where you often see him helping out in every way imaginable. So who is Matt Nessier? We’ll let him tell you in his own words. I am excited … Continue reading

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Meet neighbor and new board member Dovid Coplon

When Sutton Trout stepped down from the Starr King Open Space board due to his family moving away from San Francisco, the board turned to long-time SKOS supporter, volunteer, and Potrero Hill neighbor Dovid Coplon to fulfill his term. So … Continue reading

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Join our board and give back to your community

Do you go to Starr King Open Space to watch the sunset? Do you walk your dog atop our hilltop open space? Do you enjoy this little urban oasis and want to see it protected from development? Do you want … Continue reading

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Your donations help protect our neighborhood

Dear Neighbors, We had another amazing year at Starr King Open Space, here are some of the highlights: Completed the first phase of restoration of the Coral Road concrete loop, returning half of it to its natural state Partnered with … Continue reading

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Local street artist provides poppy mural to Potrero Hill

If you’ve visited the open space over the past few months, you may have seen the beautiful mural of our state flower, the California golden poppy, on the southwest side of the hill near De Haro Street. Many neighbors asked … Continue reading

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