The Sharp Park Wetlands are home to the endangered California Red-Legged Frog and San Francisco garter snake, as well as numerous bird species. Unfortunately, in 1931 the City of San Francisco built a golf course on top of the wetlands. The golf course has been killing endangered frogs and costing the City's taxpayers money ever since. Our vision is a new Sharp Park: a public park that protects endangered species, restores wetland habitat, ends wasteful spending and is accessible to all.
Please send the letter below and urge the City of San Francisco to turn the Sharp Park Golf Course over to its next door neighbor the National Park Service. Thanks! Your letter will be sent to the Mayor of San Francisco and the Board of Supervisors. Please edit the subject line and content to improve the likelihood of your letter being opened and read.
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