Go to the North Bay for Earth Day

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Marin County


 

Earth Day Service Projects in Marin

Join Marin County Parks for a day of service at various locations in Marin.

Saturday, April 23rd from 9am-12pm at Bothin Marsh, Corte Madera Creek, Hal Brown Park, and Ring Mountain.

More info here

 

Canyon and Moore Trails
Hosts: Marin Municipal Water District and Marin Stables
April 23 from 9 am–Noon
Meeting Location: Marin Stables | Google Map to Meeting Location
Ages: 8 and up, adult chaperones requested for young volunteers
Project: We’ll be removing French broom from the area around the Stables, as well as along the Canyon and Moore Trails. Stay and refuel after the project with the world-famous “Jimbo Chili.”
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Bothin Marsh
Host: Marin County Parks
April 23 from 9 am–Noon
Meeting Location: Bothin Marsh | Google Map to Meeting Location
Ages: All, adult chaperones requested for young volunteers
Project: Join us for a family-friendly volunteer work day with a variety of activities from trash pickup to path maintenance. Meet by the popular Mill Valley-Sausalito multi-use recreation path.
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Creekside Marsh
Host: Marin County Parks
April 23 from 9 am–Noon
Meeting Location: Creekside Marsh | Google Map to Meeting Location
Ages: All, adult chaperones requested for young volunteers
Project: We’ll spend the morning planting, weeding, and cleaning around the park – it’s going to be fun for the whole family.
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Pantoll Ranger Station
Hosts: Friends of Mt. Tam and California State Parks
April 23 from 9 am–Noon
Meeting Location: Pantoll Ranger Station | Google Map to Meeting Location
Ages: All, family-friendly restoration, 16 and up on trails, adult chaperones required for youth under 18
Project: Work alongside our State Park rangers and help out on habitat restoration and trail stewardship projects on the mountain
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Muir Woods
Hosts: National Park Service
April 23 from 9 am–Noon
Meeting Location: Muir Woods | Google Map To Meeting Location
Ages: All, adult chaperones requested for young volunteers
Project: Enjoy the majestic redwoods while helping on boardwalk maintenance projects and giving this much-loved site some TLC. Bring the whole family.
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Muir Beach
Hosts: National Park Service, Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy
April 23 from 9 am–Noon
Meeting Location: Muir Beach | Google Map to Meeting Location
Ages: All, adult chaperones requested for young volunteers
Project: Help improve vital habitat for the coho salmon and other wildlife by lending a hand on planting and weeding projects. This is a family-friendly project.
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Stinson Beach
Hosts: National Park Service, Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy
April 23 from 10 am–Noon
Meeting Location: Stinson Beach | Google Map to Meeting Location
Ages: All, adult chaperones requested for young volunteers
Project: Bring your family and friends to help monitor and track tsunami debris, while cleaning up our beaches and giving our coastline some TLC.
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Adventures with iNaturalist
Join us for an introduction to iNaturalist, an online social platform in use all over the world that enables people to record observations of the natural world, receive help with species identifications, and collaborate with other nature enthusiasts. The event is free but pre-registration is required.
April 23 from 1–3:30 pm
Host: Marin Chapter of the California Native Plant Society
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Free Create-With-Nature Earth Day Celebration on Stinson Beach (12th Annual)

Join in a beach cleanup, then make sculpture using sand, rocks, shells, seaweed and other beach treasures in the rich landscape at the south end of the beach.

Saturday, April 23th from 11am-3pm. Extreme South end of Stinson Beach

More info here

 

Solano County


 

Wildflower and Water Critter Walks at Jepson Prairie

Join Solano Land Trust for a two-hour guided walk through Jepson Prairie.

Every Saturday and Sunday beginning at 10am, now through May 8th at Jepson Prairie Preserve on Cook Lane off Highway 113.

More info here

 

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