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Entrance fee to Muir Woods is free only on April 15-16 and April 22-23 and not the entire week of National Park Week.
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Join Marin County Parks and One Tam at the scenic Gary Giacomini and French Ranch Preserves as we try to identify and document every living species we see! Hone your naturalist skills, learn to use the iNaturalist smartphone app, and contribute valuable data about Mt. Tam's biodiversity.
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Join One Tam for a morning of habitat restoration! We will be removing invasive French broom and other weeds near the scenic Bootjack Trail to make more space for diverse native species.
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Bring the kids and enjoy an epic but easy, family-friendly, wheelchair-accessible walk on Mt. Tam co-hosted by Friends of Mt Tam and One Tam! Join us as we enjoy the incredible views from the Verna Dunshee trail and discover plants and animals along the way.
Fort Baker
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Bay Area Discovery Museum
Tour the many layers of history found in Fort Baker! Reservation required, 415-331-1540.
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The Park Stewardship team will lead a leisurely walk along the trails of Mori Point. A guide will describe the biodiversity of the area's ecosystem, as well as highlight its importance in the scientific community. Spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and a new appreciation for spring wildflowers in San Francisco are guaranteed!
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Join us for this peaceful stroll in the Presidio forests. We will explore simple ways to connect and reconnect with nature through short mindful meditations. No prior experience is necessary, just an open mind!
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Come learn about invertebrates living in the Redwood Creek near Muir Beach and help with this community-science invertebrate count!
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The Park Stewardship team will lead a leisurely walk along the trails and share the folklore, medicinal uses and biology of the flowers. Spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and a new appreciation for spring wildflowers in San Francisco are guaranteed!
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The Park Stewardship team will lead a leisurely walk along the trails and share the folklore, medicinal uses and biology of the flowers. Spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean and a new appreciation for spring wildflowers in San Francisco are guaranteed!