One Mountain, One Team
With its sweeping views, miles of trails, and ancient forests, Mt. Tam is a beloved local treasure. But the mountain also faces many challenges such as invasive weeds, forest diseases,
and the effects of climate change.
One Tam transcends boundaries to inspire deep connections to Mt. Tam and to mobilize the skills and resources of our five partners and the community to care for its long-term health.
Together, we are ensuring a vibrant and healthy future for Mt. Tam.
What can we do to help our parks adapt to climate change?
Event Time: 09:00 AM - 02:00 PM
Sunday, January 26, 2020, 10am – 2pm
Tuesday, January 28, 2020, 10am – 12pm
Join us to improve riparian habitat along the Pacific flyway.
Join us to plant native plants to improve riparian habitat amongst stately oaks and buckeye trees.
Tuesday, February 4, 2020, 10am – 2pm
We will hike the lovely forested Dipsea Trail and remove invasive plants like Cape-ivy, broom, veldt grass and Englis
Sunday, February 9, 2020, 10am – 2pm
Join us on this lovely ridge to pull broom to protect exemplary coastal prairie on Mount Tam’s flank.
We’re planting natives and pulling French broom to restore creek side habitat and woodlands near Stinson Beach.
We’re weeding to maintain restored streamside Steelhead trout habitat.
Broom Removal Blitz! Your help is needed as we continue to transform this five acre French broom invasion.
Broom Removal Blitz!
One Tam joining us to improve riparian habitat along the Pacific flyway.
We’ll leap frog to various sites to protect natives and pull small weed infestations as we continue to transform this
We’ll rove above the gulch looking for broom, Helichrysum, and spurge to pull.
We’ll do some planting and weeding to maintain restored stream side Steelhead habitat.