Resources


Campaign Partners Include:

San Francisco Beautiful
http://www.sfbeautiful.org
San Francisco Beautiful’s origins can be traced to 1947 when Klussmann began her battle to save the cable cars. Years later, through her leadership, the Cable Car System was declared a National Moving Landmark.

City and County of San Francisco
http://www.sfgov.org
The City and County of San Francisco have made a valuable commitment to the windmill restoration project.

 

 
Tulips in the Park, 2002
Links:

San Francisco Recreation and Park Department
http://parks.sfgov.org/
The goal of the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department is to create safe and enjoyable parks for all.

San Francisco Parks Trust
http://www.frp.org/
Founded in 1971 as “Friends of Recreation and Parks,” San Francisco Parks Trust was created to provide support for San Francisco Recreation and Park Department’s beneficial programs. This organization makes an impact by helping to improve the environment for residents and visitors alike.


Randall Museum
http://randallmuseum.org
The Randall Museum offers youth and adults opportunities for active involvement and recreation in an integrated program of arts and sciences. Focusing on the cultures and environment of the San Francisco Bay Area, the museum strives to inspire creativity, curiosity, and an appreciation of the world around us. Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation resources sponsored an exhibition of wind power inspired by the Windmill Campaign that was displayed in June, 2005. The exhibition was an appropriate way to acknowledge the 100th anniversary of the construction of the South Windmill.


San Francisco Department of the Environment
http://www.sfenvironment.com
SF Environment’s mission is to improve, enhance, and preserve the environment and to promote San Francisco’s long-term environmental well being.


San Francisco Preservation Society
http://www.sfpsociety.org
The San Francisco Preservation Society is a 501(c)(3) public benefit nonprofit organization dedicated to celebrating, protecting and preserving features unique to San Francisco.



Tulips in the Park, 2002