SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Some high-end California restaurants are now adding a new surcharge onto their bills.
A one percent fee intended to help fight climate change.
According to SF Eater, the effort is part of a collaboration called "Restore California."
It's aimed at helping local farmers implement climate beneficial farming practices.
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The group hopes to generate $10 million this year.
It's important to note, the surcharge is optional, diners can have it removed.
Some California restaurants to implement 1% climate change surcharge