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Lending a Hand

Here are ways to volunteer locally to help sustain the county’s diverse and unique resources.



All One Ocean

This local nonprofit’s mission is educating and empowering communities to initiate simple solutions that combat climate change and water pollution. The organization relies on volunteers; ways to get involved include habitat restoration, beach cleanups, setting up Beach Clean Up Stations, and Ocean Warriors, a grade-school environmental leadership program. Training and resources provided. alloneocean.org

Marin Bicycle Coalition

Volunteers are very important in furthering MCBC’s efforts to promote the benefits of biking, from outreach for Bike to Work Day to maintaining local trails. Receive an MCBC T-shirt when you support an event. marinbike.org

Marin Chapter of the Native Plant Society

Native plants define the landscape, create pride of place, and provide habitat for wildlife. Join the Marin chapter of the California Native Plant Society in protecting natives and advancing appreciation and horticultural use of native plants. Two ongoing hands-on ways to help: the Third Thursday Weeders meet at Point Reyes National Seashore from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. every third Thursday of the month, and Zen of Weeding volunteers gather at Samuel P. Taylor State Park from 1 to 3 p.m. the second Friday and Sunday of every month. cnpsmarin.org

 

 

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