Eco-Home and Edible Urban Garden
Our model Eco Home showcases ways for renters to impact climate. Environmental news (good and bad) can seem huge and impersonal. Most residential information is for homeowners and green building construction. We are filling a niche that reaches urban populations that are tenants and ranging in income. Everyone can enjoy all the goodness a greener life has to offer.
Independence Day – June July (Home Office / Home Gym)
Fall Harvest – August September (Kitchen / Dining)
Between our week-long open houses we are available for booked visits.
The Eco-Home is located in the lovely Cole Valley/Haight Ashbury district:
Matter of Trust Eco-Home
728 Cole Street
San Francisco, CA 94117
Check out our volunteer, internship and apprenticeship opportunities.
Click on different rooms to learn more!
The Global Compost Project
We’re committed to promoting natural abundance and composting. We’ve teamed up with experts including scientists, NGOs and agriculture specialists from around the world to share information on a platform to make it easy and commonplace.
SONOMA Food Runners
Matter of Trust is proud to be the fiscal sponsor for SONOMA Food Runners, which relays food throughout Sonoma County. This enables them to focus on building their organizational capacity before fully establishing their own non-profit status.
The benefits of composting are well known, but what happens when pharmaceuticals enter the picture? Can material containing traces of pharmaceuticals – antibiotics in animal waste still be safely composted?
San Francisco Urban Carbon Farming Project
The San Francisco Urban Carbon Farming Project will take state-of-the-art science and protocol for measuring the carbon sequestration effects of utilizing compost as a soil amendment and from this, develop and deploy an experimental protocol suited uniquely to urban garden and urban park environments.
Heart of the City Farmers Market
Matter of Trust is the fiscal sponsor of Heart of the City Farmers Market (HCFM). Grants help to keep stall fees 50% lower than neighboring markets which in turn reduces food prices and makes it affordable for low-income customers.
Why this matters?
Since 2005, more than 50% of humans live in cities globally and in the US 36% of people are renters. This place is for gathering perspectives and incentives on how this population can impact climate. When it comes to planet friendly shifts, there is strength in numbers. Little changes really add up!
What can I do?
We are always evolving and welcome new ideas, partners, contributions and emails. We have a very optimistic view of the future and love meeting others who are very fond of this lovely planet!
We strongly believe that,
“When you give, you get back tenfold.”
Now, that’s a great exchange rate!
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