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One Tam Event: Wildlife Picture Index Workshop
April 25, 2017
1-4 pm
Location: Marin County, Mount Tamalpais
During this event, we will teach you about the Wildlife Picture Index (WPI) and you will participate in the cataloging and identification of wildlife. By working in this group setting, an electric environment is created as people discover the many different beautiful and amazing wildlife that has been captured on these cameras. This session will be hosted by Marin Municipal Water District, a member of the Tamalpais Lands Collaborative.

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Marin's Climate Goals and Where We Stand Lecture at Corte Madera Community Center - Hosted by Environmental Forum of Marin
April 26, 2017
7 pm-9 pm
Location: Mount Tamalpais
Learn about Marin's Climate Action Plans (CAPs) and where we stand compared to our goals. During the lecture, we will investigate the CAP for each city, town and County as well as their Greenhouse Gas Inventories.

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Bioblitz at Homestead Valley - Hosted by the National Park Service and One Tam
April 29, 2017
9 am-3 pm
Location: Mount Tamalpais
Join the National Park Service and One Tam at scenic Homestead Valley as we try to identify and document every living species we see! Hone your naturalist skills, learn to use iNaturalist smartphone app, and contribute valuable data about Mt. Tam's biodiversity.

Muir Woods Hike (Mike Hsu)

Sunrise Tour of Muir Woods
April 30, 2017
6-10 am
Location: Mount Tamalpais, Muir Woods National Monument
Stroll through an old-growth redwood forest at sunrise, hear tall tales, soar in the sounds and smells, and hear the historical and ecological story of Muir Woods. Reservations required.

Coyote cub

One Tam Event: Wildlife Picture Index Workshop
May 4, 2017
1-4 pm
Location: Marin County, Mount Tamalpais
During this event, we will teach you about the Wildlife Picture Index (WPI) and you will participate in the cataloging and identification of wildlife. By working in this group setting, an electric environment is created as people discover the many different beautiful and amazing wildlife that has been captured on these cameras. This session will be hosted by Marin Municipal Water District, a member of the Tamalpais Lands Collaborative.

Trail Crew: Project Restore
May 6, 2017
9am-2pm
Location: Mount Tamalpais
Come join hikers, cyclists, and equestrians to restore trailside habitat along the much beloved Gravity Car Fire Road and at Double Bow Knot. Old Railroad Grade is one of the most popular routes on Mt. Tamalpais and it is beginning to show some wear and tear. MMWD is partnering with One Tam to help improve environmental conditions adjacent to the Grade. This event is suitable for ages 13 and up. Volunteers under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. All those under 18 must bring a signed MMWD permission form. Limit 40 volunteers. TO REGISTER: Contact MMWD Volunteer Program Coordinator Suzanne Whelan at volunteerprogram@marinwater.org

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Mt. Tam West Peak Hike
May 13, 2017
10 am-1:30pm
Location: Mount Tamalpais
Journey to the “missing” West Peak of Mt. Tamalpais with filmmaker Gary Yost.

Child in Muir Woods (Michal Venera)

Sunrise Tour of Muir Woods
May 14, 2017
5:45-9:45 am
Location: Mount Tamalpais, Muir Woods National Monument
Join us on a sunrise stroll through Muir Woods. Listen to some tall tales, see majestic trees, and hear the story of a redwood forest.

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One Tam Event: Wildlife Picture Index Workshop
May 18, 2017
1-4 pm
Location: Marin County, Mount Tamalpais
During this event, we will teach you about the Wildlife Picture Index (WPI) and you will participate in the cataloging and identification of wildlife. By working in this group setting, an electric environment is created as people discover the many different beautiful and amazing wildlife that has been captured on these cameras. This session will be hosted by Marin County Parks, a member of the Tamalpais Lands Collaborative.

Coyote cub

One Tam Event: Wildlife Picture Index Workshop
May 23, 2017
1-4 pm
Location: Marin County, Mount Tamalpais
During this event, we will teach you about the Wildlife Picture Index (WPI) and you will participate in the cataloging and identification of wildlife. By working in this group setting, an electric environment is created as people discover the many different beautiful and amazing wildlife that has been captured on these cameras. This session will be hosted by Marin Municipal Water District, a member of the Tamalpais Lands Collaborative.

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