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Wed, May 22 7:00pm-9:00pm
Bay Model Visitor Center
Join Environmental Journalist, Judith Schwartz, as she discusses the reflections of biology in the phenomena we call climate.
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Bay Model Visitor Center
Join Greg Rubin as he explores the factors that encourage fire resistance in native landscapes.
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Bay Model Visitor Center
Meet photographers Rob Badger and Nita Winter at the Beauty and the Beast: California Wildflowers and Climate Change exhibition.
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Bay Model Visitor Center
Meet photographers Rob Badger and Nita Winter at the Beauty and the Beast: California Wildflowers and Climate Change exhibition.
Garden Workshops with the Golden Gate National Park Nurseries
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Bay Model Visitor Center
Join the Marin chapter of the California Native Plant Society for the spring Eco-Friendly Garden Tour!
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The Marin chapter’s ever-popular spring native plant sale will be held in the Falkirk Center’s lovely garden next to the greenhouse, with a focus on California Wildflowers. They’ll be highlighting a variety of native flowering perennials, bulbs and shrubs, perfect for spring planting. In addition, we will have limited quantities...
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Bay Model Visitor Center
View California's incredibly beautiful wildflowers through an exhibition presented by the Marin chapter of the California Native Plant Society and local photographers Rob Badger and Nita Winter .
Soil Health Series, Park Academy
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Alcatraz Gardens
Join the very knowledgeable Stephen Andrews (UC Berkeley Professor, specializing in soils) for this next class in his soil series and learn how to build a successful and thriving compost!
Soil Health Series, Park Academy
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Marin Headlands Native Plant Nursery
Join the very knowledgeable Stephen Andrews (UC Berkeley Professor, specializing in soils) for this next class in his soil series and learn the fundamentals of soil biology!
Park Academy, Botany Series
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Taught by the skilled Naomi LeBeau (Park Stewardship Restoration Specialist) and Christina Crooker (Park Stewardship Restoration Manager) this class will provide an introduction to the botanical terms commonly used in identifying plants with a taxonomic key.