Aquatic Mosaic Mural pictured above is on the north wall of the Bay View Boat Club next to the original public boat ramp on San Francisco Bay.

Thanks to all the people and organizations that help us fullfill our goals.

Bay View Boat Club - Members of the Bay View Boat Club designed and produced the 40 foot Aquatic Mosaic Mural on the side of the old public boat ramp in Mission Bay where the kiosk is located. Principal artists, Judy West and Vanessa Workman coordinated the project in 2004. We are planning a second mural.

Association of Bay Area Governments. (ABAG) is one of more than 560 regional planning agencies across the nation working to help solve problems in areas such as land use, housing, environmental quality, and economic development.

The San Francisco Bay Trail is a planned recreational corridor that, when complete, will encircle San Francisco and San Pablo Bays with a continuous 400-mile network of bicycling and hiking trails. It will connect the shoreline of all nine Bay Area counties, link 47 cities, and cross the major toll bridges in the region. To date, approximately 240 miles of the alignment—over half the Bay Trail’s ultimate length—have been completed.

Neighborhood Parks Council

The Coastal Conservancy works with others to preserve, protect and restore the resources of the California Coast. Our vision is of a beautiful, restored and accessible coastline.

Rails-to-Trails Conservancy  - Our mission is to create healthier places for healthier people by building a nationwide network of trails from former rail lines and connecting corridors. Visit us online: National & California

The Mission Creek Bikeway - The Mission Creek Concept Plan has been approved by the SF Board of Supervisors.and is available for review on our site.

Duboce Bikeway Mural was sponsored by the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition. Mural design by Mona Caron. Project coordinated by Joel Pomerantz. Art team: Mona Caron (lead artist), J. Gordon Dean, Mary Anderson, Seth Damm, Bill Stender, Michael Rousseau. Commissioned by: City of San Francisco Bike Program. - Site

Port of San Francisco

SF Bicycle Coalition - Works to transform San Francisco's streets and neighborhoods into more livable and safe places by promoting the bicycle for everyday transportation.

San Francisco Department of Parking and Traffic (SFDPT)

Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC)

Transportaiton for a Livable City Seeks to create a balanced transportation system and promote complementary land use that supports a safer, healthier and more accessible San Francisco for everyone.

Project Artaud members were very helpful in producing our projects.

Mari Eliza web master and graphic consultant

Madrina Group is a charitable 501(c)3 organization, working to make San Francisco's historic, industrial neighborhoods more healthy and livable through environmental education and urban planning initiatives. For information on how you can become a sponsor, donate, or get involved in our projects, please Contact Madrina Group.

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Madrina Group Projects

Waterfront Kiosk
Panel 1 - The Bay Trail
Panel 2 - Mission Creek Corridor
Panel 3 - Historic Shorelines of SF
Panel 4 - Blue Greenway
Panel 5 - Mission Bay
Panel 6 - Pier 52
Panel 7 - SF Estuary
Panel 8 - SF Watershed

Art and Education
Natural History
Storm Water systems
Mission Creek Markers
Maps and Geography
Bikeways and Waterways
Mosaic Murals

Judy West
Environmental Education
Geologic and Seismic Assessment
Real Estate Planning and Entitlements