Marin Headlands Projects

The Parks Conservancy has supported numerous projects in the Marin Headlands over its 40-year history.

The Parks Conservancy has supported numerous projects in the Marin Headlands over its 40-year history. Critical habitat for endangered Mission blue butterflies and threatened California red-legged frogs have been restored. Invasive plants have been removed, and rare species protected. Historic forts, batteries, and other cultural treasures have been preserved. And trails, wayfinding signage, overlooks, and other visitor amenities have also been created or improved.
 
But our work here is not done. Ongoing efforts, especially at Hawk Hill, will continue to protect sensitive habitats and rare species while creating improved trails and visitor access. Learn more about this project and other key Parks Conservancy work in the Marin Headlands through the links below.

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