We were leading a creekwalk for a high school group that was helping us seed redwoods for our 10,000 Redwoods Project when our Native Plant Nursery Intern Harry McGrath thought he saw a turtle.
While California might be facing another multi-year drought, a Marin County public school has reached a water conservation milestone: over 360,000 gallons of water saved. The water was collected and stored by a single rooftop rainwater collection system at the Lagunitas School.
Four species of salmon have entered Marin County’s Lagunitas Creek (through Tomales Bay from the Pacific Ocean) to mark the beginning of the spawning season.
Please be a part of this local movement to protect an endangered species by sending an email to your supervisor to help them feel confident in making the best decision for all of Marin.