SPAWN Legal program director Dr. Doug Karpa will share important
details on the health of the endangered coho salmon population
in Lagunitas Creek Watershed, take questions and comments
and share actions citizens can take to help ensure these native,
iconic fish remain apart of our landscape for generations to
Join MMWD for French broom removal along the Moore Trail. Meeting time & location: 9 a.m. at Marin Stables at end of Wood Lane in Fairfax. Driving from downtown Fairfax, turn left onto Bolinas Road. Go ½ mile and turn left onto Porteous Avenue, then right on Wood Lane, which ends at stables’ parking lot. Marin Stables will be serving “cowboy chili” for the day’s volunteers at noon!
To pre-register or for more information about the above volunteer events, call 415-945-1128 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
College of Marin Ecology Study Area. Park on McAllister, walk to the end of Stadium Way and turn left along the bike path to the site. Wear boots and gloves, to weed and tend new plants. Call Charlie at 457-1147 for information.
Please stop in for a meal or a drink at Iron Springs (765 Center Blvd, Fairfax) on Tuesday, April 21. Iron Springs will donate 10% to Friends as part of their regular program to support local community organizations. The food and brews are delicious and you’ll be supporting Friends as well.