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  1. Watershed Committee

    March 21, 2019, 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM @ Board Room

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Volunteer Events

  1. Frog Docent Training

    March 23, 2019, 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    Docents monitor habitat conditions for and educate hikers about native foothill yellow-legged frogs. The required training begins at the Sky Oaks Headquarters in Fairfax with a discussion of frog biology and population threats, radio training and methods for engaging the public. At noon we take a 3 mile round-trip hike to Little Carson Falls. The minimum commitment is three 5-hour shifts between March and June, when the frog eggs and tadpoles are at their most vulnerable. Rain will not cancel. Docents must be at least 18 years old or participate with a partner who is at least 18. Please RSVP.

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  2. Wildlife Picture Index Project

    March 26, 2019, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Main Office

    Come contribute to the Marin Wildlife Picture Index Project! This project depends on volunteer "Community Scientists" to help maintain wildlife cameras and process photos, and we are especially looking to train and retain volunteers for the long-term. At this event we will be using computers to view and catalog photos acquired from wildlife cameras in Marin. Newbies and experienced catalogers welcome, and snacks will be provided. Register today at onetam.org/volunteer as space is limited.

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  3. Habitat Restoration: Phoenix Lake Broom

    March 30, 2019, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ We will meet at Phoenix Lake dam. The gate at Natalie Coffin Greene Park will be open from 8:45 to 9:00 to allow volunteers to drive up and park next to the dam. Folks arriving after 9am or leaving before noon will need to find their own parking.

    Help us improve the oak woodland and grassland habitat around Phoenix Lake by removing invasive French broom. We will meet at Phoenix Lake dam. The gate at Natalie Coffin Greene Park will be open from 8:45 to 9:00 to allow volunteers to drive up and park next to the dam. Folks arriving after 9am or leaving before noon will need to find their own parking. Directions from Sir Francis Drake Blvd in Ross: Turn west onto Lagunitas Rd (across form the Marin Art & Garden Center) and drive one mile to the end, into Natalie Coffin Greene Park.

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  4. Habitat Restoration: Saplings & Salmon

    March 30, 2019, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM @ Lagunitas Creek

    Join us in Lagunitas Creek to enhance salmon habitat by planting native trees! We will be planting ash, alder, bay, and buckeye saplings on National Park Service land in a stretch of Lagunitas Creek that MMWD has been working to enhance for the past year. The goal of this event is to increase native tree cover above a newly-created flood plain channel to provide shade and habitat for endangered Coho salmon which use our watershed to spawn. Increased tree cover will keep stream temperatures cool and provide lots of insects for young salmon to prey upon while tree roots will provide sanctuary from fast-flowing water. We’ll be out planting rain or shine, so bring layers and be prepared for a variety of weather conditions. Be sure to wear sturdy, closed-toed shoes or rain boots and bring lots of water. This event is kid-friendly and open to everyone. Free lunch and coffee will be provided! RSVP and send any questions to volunteerprogram@marinwater.org.

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