Calendar

Jul
30
Sat
Ring Mountain Grassland Restoration
Jul 30 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Join Marin county Parks for its monthly drop in volunteer workday to focus on restoring the grasslands of Ring Mountain! Ring Mountain is home to numerous rare and endangered plants, but this habitat is being threatened by invasive species. Volunteer work may include invasive species removal, seed collecting, tarping, and/or installing native plants. Dress in layers you can get dirty, wear sturdy shoes, and bring water. Please bring gloves if you have them. Snacks and extra water will be provided. High fire danger cancels. RSVPs are appreciated but not required. Questions or to RSVP: contact Ring Mountain Stewardship Coordinator Sarah Minnick at sminnick@marincounty.org or (415) 473-5058. Directions: From Hwy 101 in Corte Madera, take the exit for Tamalpais Dr. east. Go straight onto San Clemente, which merges into Paradise Dr. after 0.4 mile. Follow Paradise Dr. approximately 1.7 miles, turn right onto Taylor Rd., and follow to its end.

Aug
20
Sat
Creekside Restoration with One Tam
Aug 20 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Join Marin County Parks and One Tam staff to enhance native plants at a site once dominated by non-native grasses and weeds. Dress in layers you can get dirty, wear sturdy shoes, and bring water. RSVPs are appreciated but not required. Questions or to RSVP: contact Volunteer Coordinator Kirk Schroeder at (415) 763-2977.

Lansdale Fish Passage Project @ Creek Road, Fairfax
Aug 20 @ 9:30 am – 12:00 pm

Join us to spread mulch for weed control. Bring gloves and water and be ready to wade or wear boots to cross the creek. For more information, call Sandy Guldman, (415) 456-5052.

Aug
27
Sat
Ring Mountain Grassland Restoration
Aug 27 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm

Join Marin county Parks for its monthly drop in volunteer workday to focus on restoring the grasslands of Ring Mountain! Ring Mountain is home to numerous rare and endangered plants, but this habitat is being threatened by invasive species. Volunteer work may include invasive species removal, seed collecting, tarping, and/or installing native plants. Dress in layers you can get dirty, wear sturdy shoes, and bring water. Please bring gloves if you have them. Snacks and extra water will be provided. High fire danger cancels. RSVPs are appreciated but not required. Questions or to RSVP: contact Ring Mountain Stewardship Coordinator Sarah Minnick at sminnick@marincounty.org or (415) 473-5058. Directions: From Hwy 101 in Corte Madera, take the exit for Tamalpais Dr. east. Go straight onto San Clemente, which merges into Paradise Dr. after 0.4 mile. Follow Paradise Dr. approximately 1.7 miles, turn right onto Taylor Rd., and follow to its end.

Sep
15
Thu
Monthly Board Meeting @ San Anselmo Historical Society Room, 110 Tunstead Avenue, San Anselmo.
Sep 15 @ 7:00 pm
Sep
17
Sat
Coastal Cleanup
Sep 17 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Join us to participate in California Coastal Cleanup Day, the premier volunteer event focused on the marine environment in the country. Check the updated calendar at our website in August for location and details.

Oct
20
Thu
Monthly Board Meeting @ San Anselmo Historical Society Room, 110 Tunstead Avenue, San Anselmo.
Oct 20 @ 7:00 pm
Oct
28
Fri
Mt. Tam Science Summit @ Sausalito Portuguese Cultural Center, 511 Caledonia Street, Sausalito
Oct 28 all-day

Friday the 28th is focused on engaging natural resource managers and the scientific community, but it is open to members of the public as well.

Saturday the 29th especially reaches out to conservation and recreation groups, teachers, and other interested community members with short, focused “lightening” talks, and an interactive panel discussion about the essential role the public plays in caring for Mt. Tam.

Learn about the condition of Mt. Tam’s plants, animals, and natural processes. See where the critical data gaps lie, and what might be done to fill them. 
Contact Michela (mgentile@parksconservancy.org) or check One Tam’s website www.onetam.org/calendar for more information.

Registration will open August 15.

Oct
29
Sat
Mt. Tam Science Summit @ Sausalito Portuguese Cultural Center, 511 Caledonia Street, Sausalito
Oct 29 all-day

Friday the 28th is focused on engaging natural resource managers and the scientific community, but it is open to members of the public as well.

Saturday the 29th especially reaches out to conservation and recreation groups, teachers, and other interested community members with short, focused “lightening” talks, and an interactive panel discussion about the essential role the public plays in caring for Mt. Tam.

Learn about the condition of Mt. Tam’s plants, animals, and natural processes. See where the critical data gaps lie, and what might be done to fill them. 
Contact Michela (mgentile@parksconservancy.org) or check One Tam’s website www.onetam.org/calendar for more information.

Registration will open August 15.

Nov
17
Thu
Monthly Board Meeting @ San Anselmo Historical Society Room, 110 Tunstead Avenue, San Anselmo.
Nov 17 @ 7:00 pm