MMWD’s new Water Scholars Program invites high school seniors to share their ideas about the importance of clean water, water conservation and watershed preservation in an original essay, with the opportunity to win a $1,000 scholarship to support their post-high school education. Download the application form and guidelines.
Bring Mt. Tam to your next school or community event. The OneTam Roving Ranger is a mobile trailhead that features a topographic model of Mt. Tamalpais, educational resources about the flora and fauna of the mountain, an instant-photo station, surround sound, and an on-board spigot for filling water bottles.
For information about how to schedule the OneTam Roving Ranger at your next event, email William Hough, OneTam Community Engagement and Youth Programs Manager.
Have a library card? Check out Marin’s magnificent public lands including MMWD’s Mt. Tamalpais Watershed. Use your card to reserve and pick up a Park Pass for free entry and parking at local parks. Three different passes are available at these Marin County Free Library locations: Marin Civic Center, Bolinas, Corte Madera, Fairfax, Inverness, Marin City, Novato, Point Reyes, South Novato, Stinson Beach and the roving Bookmobile that visits other areas of Marin. Learn more.