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A reenactment actor telling stories from the Civil War
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Fort Point is called to action once again! Experience first-hand the momentous era of the American Civil War from live re-enactors through infantry and artillery demonstrations, medicine in the 1800's, music, Victorian dance and exhibits displaying the lives of men, women, and children of days past. FREE Admission
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Join us in this lecture on climate change with speaker Zachary Brown, PhD, Stanford University and Founding Director of Inian Island Institute, AK.
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What is happening in Marin to address climate change and what can you do to help? Learn about Marin's Climate Action Plans and programs, including 6 easy actions you and your family can take now to make a difference.
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We have an exciting new wildlife study focused on the pollinators of Mt Tam. Join MMWD and SF State researchers to collect, clean and pin bees for the Bee Pollinator Inventory Project.
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In this informative and entertaining account, Williams investigates cutting-edge research as she travels to frafrant cypress forests in Korea to meet the rangers who administer "forest healing programs", to the green hills of Scotland and its "ecotherapeutic" approach to caring for the mentally ill, to a river trip in Idaho with Iraqi vets suffering from PTSD, to the West Virginia mountains where she discovers how being outside helps children with ADHD.
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Learn about the irony of Japanese American soldiers training to defeat Japan as their families were moved to internment camps; an easy, half-mile walk.
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If the buildings in the Main Post could talk, what would they say? Join this Docent led program to find out!
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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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This workshop on ocean acidification is an opportunity for educators to receive the most up-to-date information directly from researchers and for scientists to practice best communication skills that can aid future educational collaborations. This is the first workshop of the BayCLIC Local Climate Science & Education Series at Fort Mason, San Francisco. The series brings the Bay Area‰ЫЄs science and education communities together to explore local climate research, program-specific applications, and place-based solutions. Formal and informal educators are welcome!
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After Thanksgiving, we have Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and then‰Ы_ Giving Tuesday! Donate to the Golden Gate National Parks and be a part of this national day of generosity on November 28.