The survival of Mt. Tamalpais’ oak woodlands, chaparral and grasslands are currently being threatened by fire suppression, drought, Sudden Oak Death, and other large-scale changes. You can help us protect the health of the mountain by joining our habitat restoration project! During this project, volunteers remove French broom to increase the diversity of valuable plants and animal wildlife on the watershed.
Family friendly! Meeting location is Marin Stables in Fairfax at 9am sharp!
If you have questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 415-945-1128. Minors under the age of 16 must have a guardian present. Those ages 16-18 must have a signed permission form. Please bring a water bottle, closed toe shoes, and clothes for variable weather. We will provide tools and instruction. Lunch has been provided by Bowman Real Estate Group at Vanguard Properties. Let us know you are coming so we can give you a sandwich on your way out!
Per Marin County COVID-19 Status Update for November 1, 2021 masks are not required outdoors. Volunteers will receive sanitized tools and gloves; no tools will be shared. Staff will emphasize what a minimum distance of six feet looks like and why social distancing is important to maintain throughout the program. Volunteers must bring their own water.