High School Students

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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.
Battery Townsley in the Marin Headlands
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Battery Townsley
Battery Townsley, at Fort Cronkhite, was San Francisco's most extensive--and most secret--World War II military fortification. Come visit and explore this labyrinthine battery.
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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.
Dungeness crab
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Learn about the Marin Headlands more salty residents! Crabbing gear provided. Reservations required, please call (415) 331-1540.
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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.
Historic image of Fort Baker during the early military years
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Fort Baker Drop in Location
Join Ranger Al Blank on an easy walk through Fort Baker and hear the story of the true first American cowboys!
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Join us for an evening of exploration and discussion about the future of Mt. Tam‰ЫЄs West Peak. Learn about this site‰ЫЄs unique history and ecology, and about One Tam‰ЫЄs efforts to restore ecological function and improve visitor experience at the mountain‰ЫЄs true peak.
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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.
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Bring the kids and enjoy an easy, family-friendly hike on Mt. Tam! Join our One Tam team and our partners at Friends of Mt. Tam to discover plants and animals of the mountain.
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Docents monitor habitat conditions for and educate hikers about native foothill yellow-legged frogs. At noon we take a 3 mile round-trip hike to Little Carson Falls.