High School Students

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Enjoy a Saturday morning hike, guided by Friends of Mt. Tam volunteers.
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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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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.
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Join park staff in a clockwise circumambulation fo Mount Tamalpais following the steps of the ritual walk performed since 1971 by poets Gary Snyder and Allen Ginsberg. This hike will cover 15 miles of trails, stop at 10 inspirational points, and provoke new thoughts.
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Join filmmaker Gary Yost and Marin Municipal Water District ranger Matt Cerkel on Mt. Tam for a special talk about the true peak of our beloved mountain.
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Fire suppression, Sudden Oak Death, and other large-scale changes threaten the Watershed‰ЫЄs oak woodlands and grasslands, and the plants and animals that depend on them to survive.
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Explore Mt. Tam trails with others who love the mountain.
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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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Join us for a evening hosted by the California Alpine Club to explore Mt. Tam's place in our community as a creative force, told through a section of Gary Yost's films featuring inspired stories of connection.
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Explore Mt. Tam trails with others who love the mountain.