DATE: Saturday April 23, 2016
TIME: 9:00 am – 12:00 noon
LED BY: Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy and One Tam Partners
LOCATION: Multiple project locations in parks and open space lands

Celebrate Earth Day and provide some TLC to our treasured Mt. Tam! One Tam, along with our friends at Friends of Mt. Tam, the Marin chapter of the California Native Plant Society, and KQED, will host several service projects on and around the mountain. Potential project sites include Creekside and Bothin Marsh, Canyon and Moore Trails at the Marin Stables, Pantoll Ranger Station and nearby trails, Muir Woods, Muir Beach, and Stinson Beach.

Activities will include habitat restoration, trail and boardwalk maintenance, beach cleanup, and landscaping.

On this special Earth Day, we will also be celebrating the National Park Service Centennial, as the Park Service turns 100 just two days later, on April 25, 2016. Two fetes of community, stewardship, and our cherished public lands in oneday – what could be a better way to spend the day?

One Tam is a partnership effort of California State Parks, Marin County Parks, Marin Municipal Water District, the National Park Service, and the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy.

Appropriate for what ages: Many of our service projects are family-friendly and open to volunteers of all ages.

No experience necessary.

Bring just yourself, your family, friends, or ask us about how to sign up a group.

Event leader will provide all the training and tools.

For more informationand to register, visit onetam.org/mt-tam-earth-day-celebration-service-and-centennial.

Details on specific work project locations will be listed soon.

Questions? Contact us at volunteer@parksconservancy.org or call 415-561-3077.