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Mt. Tam West Peak Hike - Hydrology of West Peak
June 24, 2017
10am-12:30pm
Location: Mount Tamalpais
Join local hydrologist Peter Hartsough and MMWD staff Mike Swezy to learn more about how the hydrology of West Peak influences the watersheds it feeds, and how geology and climate in turn influence the mountain's hydrology.

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Mt. Tam Sunday Hike at Rock Spring Trailhead - Hosted by Friends of Mt. Tam
June 25, 2017
9:30 am
Location: Mount Tamalpais
Explore Mt. Tam trails with others who love the mountain.

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One Tam Event: Wildlife Picture Index Workshop
June 27, 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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Mt. Tam Astronomy Night - Heavenly Vision: Galileo's Telescopes and Observations - Hosted by Friends of Mt. Tam
July 1, 2017
8:30 pm
Location: Mount Tamalpais
Galileo Galilei developed a new method for reliably comprehending the world around us and, accordingly, has been called the father of modern science. We will learn how Galileo’s celestial observations dramatically changed our understanding of the universe and our place in it.

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Sunrise Tour of Muir Woods
July 2, 2017
5:45-9:45 am
Location: Mount Tamalpais, Muir Woods National Monument
A sunrise stroll through Muir Woods. Listen to tall tales, see majestic trees, and hear the story of a redwood forest. Reservations required, call the Muir Woods Visitor Center at (415) 388-2596.

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Habitat Restoration: Thistle be Fun - Hosted by California State Parks
July 8, 2017
9 am-Noon
Location: Mount Tamalpais
Join One Tam for a morning of habitat restoration! We will be removing weedy Yellow Star Thistle in the botanically rich grasslands between Pantoll Rd. and Ridgecrest Blvd.

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One Tam Event: Wildlife Picture Index Workshop
July 13, 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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Habitat Restoration at Creekside Marsh - Hosted by Marin County Parks and One Tam
July 15, 2017
9 am-Noon
Location: Mount Tamalpais
Come help enrich important habitat areas at Hal Brown Park and Creekside Marsh. Be a part of a community-based effort to install a diversity of native plants at a site once dominated by non-native grasses and other weeds.

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Mt. Tam West Peak Hike - Opportunities for Restoration
July 15, 2017
10 am-12:30pm
Location: Mount Tamalpais
Join UC Davis Soil Scientist Dr. Vic Claassen and Claire Mooney, Deputy Director of the Parks Conservancy's Design & Planning Department to learn more about the geology of West Peak, and how this informs restoration alternatives.

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One Tam Event: Wildlife Picture Index Workshop
July 20, 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.

Habitat Restoration at Easkoot Creek - Hosted by National Park Service and One Tam
July 22, 2017
10am-1pm
Location: Stinson Beach, Mount Tamalpais
Join One Tam at Easkoot Creek at Stinson Beach, where we are removing invasive Cape Ivy to allow native plants and animals to thrive! Easkoot Creek is a small perennial stream flowing into Bolinas Lagoon through Stinson Beach.

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One Tam Event: Wildlife Picture Index Workshop
July 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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Mt. Tam Astronomy Night - Astrophotography for Everyone - Hosted by Friends of Mt. Tam
July 29, 2017
8:30 pm
Location: Mount Tamalpais
Advances in recent decades have allowed amateur astronomers to produce deep space and planetary pictures that rival those taken by professional observatories. This presentation will provide an overview of off-the-shelf instruments and methods anyone, with perseverance and patience, can use to take amazing astronomical images.

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Mt. Tam West Peak Hike - Geology of West Peak
August 19, 2017
10 am-12:30pm
Location: Mount Tamalpais
Join UC Davis Soil Scientist Dr. Vic Claassen and Claire Mooney, Deputy Director of the Parks Conservancy's Design & Planning Department to learn more about the geology of West Peak, and how this informs restoration alternatives.

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Habitat Restoration at Creekside Marsh - Hosted by Marin County Parks and One Tam
August 19, 2017
9 am-Noon
Location: Mount Tamalpais
Come help enrich important habitat areas at Hal Brown Park and Creekside Marsh. Be a part of a community-based effort to install a diversity of native plants at a site once dominated by non-native grasses and other weeds.

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Mt. Tam Astronomy Night - The Search for Life Beyond Earth - Hosted by Friends of Mt. Tam
August 26, 2017
8:30 pm
Location: Mount Tamalpais
Besides Earth, several planetary bodies in our solar systems are recognized as having the potential to host primitive forms of life. This talk will describe why and how NASA plans to search for life on Mars and the icy moons of Jupiter and Saturn.

Habitat Restoration at Easkoot Creek - Hosted by National Park Service and One Tam
August 26, 2017
10 am-1pm
Location: Stinson Beach, Mount Tamalpais
Join One Tam at Easkoot Creek at Stinson Beach, where we are removing invasive Cape Ivy to allow native plants and animals to thrive! Easkoot Creek is a small perennial stream flowing into Bolinas Lagoon through Stinson Beach.

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Mt. Tam Astronomy Night - Life in the Goldilocks Zone - Hosted by Friends of Mt. Tam
September 23, 2017
8:30 pm
Location: Mount Tamalpais
Discoveries by NASA’s Kepler Mission suggest there are billions of potentially habitable worlds in the Milky Way galaxy. What has the study of planets within and beyond the Solar System taught us about our own planet Earth? And what’s next in the search for life beyond the Solar System?

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Tam Talk at Marin Art and Garden Center - Hosted by One Tam
October 26, 2017
4 pm-6 pm
Location: Mount Tamalpais
This interactive public discussion with One Tam partners will be a great opportunity to learn about what's happening on Mount Tamalpais and One Tam's work plan for the upcoming year!

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Mt. Tam Wildlife Workshop - Hosted by One Tam
October 26, 2017
12pm-3:30pm
Location: Mount Tamalpais
This follow-up to the 2016 Mt. Tam Science Summit will feature an afternoon focused on the mountain’s wildlife. We’ll share results from the Wildlife Picture Index Project’s first three years’ of data collection, as well as updates on other wildlife studies (such as bats and pollinators) coming out of last years’ Health of Mt. Tam report.

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