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Redwood Creek Trail Realignment
The proposed trail project, with 1.1 miles of realignment and two new bridges over the stream, will provide passage for horses and pedestrians and protect the creek and its inhabitants.
Community Stewardship Program
From naturalist walks and talks, volunteer workdays, immersive summer high school programs, community science opportunities, and internships for local youth, our stewardship programs aim to care for Mt. Tam while engaging and deepening the community's relationship to the to the mountain.
Invasive Plant Monitoring & Management
This program builds on successful existing models to find and eliminate priority weeds and engage volunteers in caring for Mt. Tam.
Deer Park Fire Road & Dipsea Trail Rehabilitation
This project will restore the natural drainage patterns throughout the trail corridor, reducing the sediment flowing into Redwood Creek as well as creating safe and sustainable trail alignments to protect natural resources and visitor access well into the future.
Potrero Meadow Restoration

Potrero Meadow provides a lush open area amidst the forest canopy to the north of Mt. Tam’s iconic peaks.

West Peak Restoration
Coastal Indian tribes called Tamalpais home for 5,000 years, and it was so sacred to the Miwok that they would not climb to the summit.
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