Saturday, February 17, 2018, 9 am-1pm: Marin County Parks and One Tam Stewardship Team
Marin County Parks and One Tam Stewardship Team
Event Location: Meet at the Phyllis Ellman Trail head off Paradise Dr. in Corte Madera.
Join Marin County Parks and One Tam in repairing and replacing a puncheon on the Phyllis Ellman Trail on Ring Mountain. Turnpikes are a trail structure that assists trail user in moving across sensitive areas while limiting their impact, especially in wet and riparian areas. The morning will kick off with coffee, an introduction to Ring Mountain and an overview of the project before we get to work.
Trail work involves hiking, moving supplies up and down trail as well as carrying tools and swinging tools. Please dress in close toed shoes, long pants and bring layers for the rapidly changing weather patterns on the slopes of the mountain. Light snacks will be provided but please supply your own lunch and bring water bottles.
In the event of heavy rain and/or high winds call (339) 927-4753 to find out about event status. In the event of cancellation, program will be rescheduled.
Questions or to RSVP: Contact One Tam Youth and Community Program Manager William Hough at (339) 927-4753 or firstname.lastname@example.org
North access: from Hwy 101 in Corte Madera, take the exit for Tamalpais Dr east. Go straight onto San Clemente, which merges into Paradise Dr after 0.4 miles. Follow Paradise Dr approximately 1 mile (go past Westward Dr). The gate is on the right.
South access: from Hwy 101 in Mill Valley, take the exiit for East Blithedale Ave. Go east on Tiburon Blvd and turn left at Reed Ranch Rd. MCOSD gate is at the end.
East access: from Hwy 101 in Corte Madera, take the exit for Tamalpais Dr east. Go straight onto San Clemente, which merges into Paradise Dr after 0.4 miles. Follow Paradise Dr approximately 1.7 miles, turn right onto Taylor Rd, and follow to end (dead end).