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From our partner Gregory, who’s leading the planting of a pollinator garden at Rebar’s interim use project at 45 Lansing in downtown San Francisco: Rebar and the Pollinator Partnership are putting a CA native wildflower meadow downtown. The idea is …


Our friends and collaborators at Oikonos Ecosystem Knowledge are leading a relief effort for the small (and easily overlooked) Juan Fernandez Islands, off the coast of Chile. This chain of islands, where Oikonos conducts an ongoing┬áhabitat restoration project, was recently …


Right as the dust began to settle in our newly acquired studio space and workshop, we we’re informed by our landlord that a new large tenant was seeking to occupy the rest of the space in our building. In fact, …


The yellow school bus takes a long, long ride before it finally quits. Besides occasionally getting remixed into a bus stop in Atlanta, GA as a part of an arts program, many old yellow buses continue their useful life outside …


NYC and SF are full of “wildposted” wheat paste poster advertising on shuttered buildings and construction sites. Apparently, in NYC anyway, they’re put up illegally by a private advertising company. Two people named Jordan Seiler and Posterboy launched a fullscale …


Rebar’s John Bela will be speaking at the upcoming Planting the City series at the Studio for Urban Projects on Thursday, October 22 @ 7pm. This panel discussion moderated by New York Times writer Allison Arieff explores the strategies underlying …


DSC06967.JPG, originally uploaded by Rebar Art Collective. Post-planting but pre-painting, the plaza is nearly ready to go! Just in time for PARK(ing) Day.


We often cite the statistic that 70% of San Francisco’s public space is devoted to the movement and storage of the private automobile. That allocation is malleable though [see: Park(ing) Day]. A recent blog posting by Mike Frumin (via Stamen) …