Mt. Tam

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Special Events

Saturday, April 22: Mountain-wide Earth Day! Commemorate Earth Day with a morning of service on Mt. Tam
Saturday, April 29: Bioblitz. Help document plants and animals of the Mt. Tam region at Homestead Valley
Saturday, May 6: Project Restore: Come join hikers, cyclists, and equestrians to restore trailside habitat along the much beloved Gravity Car Fire Road and at Double Bow Knot.
Saturday, May 13: West Peak Walk with filmmaker Gary Yost and MMWD Ranger Matt Cerkel

Volunteer Opportunities

Check out these drop-in opportunities:

• Wildlife image cataloging – April 20 & April 25
• Habitat restoration at Pine Point – April 15
• Trails and restoration projects – May 6

Check for details and more opportunities offered by One Tam partners.


West Peak Restoration

One Tam has begun an 18-month study of restoration alternatives for Mt. Tam's West Peak, the goal of which is to understand technical constraints and opportunities related to the restoration of natural habitats and processes. This will serve as the basis for developing eventual alternatives for MMWD and public review. Visit the West Peak page to learn more about this special site and ways you can participate in the process.


New Library Parks Pass Program

The County of Marin, Marin County Free Library, and One Tam are partnering on a new program that increases access for residents for whom entrance fees may pose a barrier to visiting parks. Library card holders can check out a pass for free entry to beautiful local parks, and a backpack full of information to help explore them. Available at all 10 branches of the Marin County Free Library and Bookmobile starting April 9.

Conservation Science

New Work Studying Pollinators Underway

Stemming from the Mt. Tam Science Summit held last fall, MMWD and San Francisco State University are set to begin inventorying pollinators, primarily bees, on the mountain this spring. This will be the first time this part of Marin has ever been surveyed for pollinators. The field season should start at the beginning of March, but may be delayed by rain. There will be a number of opportunities to volunteer with this project, including specimen processing events. Stay tuned on