Bring yourself, your family, and friends for a morning of service on Mount Tam! The rainy winter season is when some of the most important restoration work is completed, and when the need for volunteers is greatest. The rains provide a chance to plant native species in the watersheds and remove invasive species. The projects provide a wonderful opportunity for hands-on learning and many of our projects are family-friendly and open to volunteers of all ages. For groups of 10 or more, please contact One Tam directly to register at [email protected].
The event is rain or shine.
Projects and Locations:
Join us in majestic Muir Woods to support a variety of projects in the Redwood Creek watershed, including planting, weeding, and deck flossing. There is very limited parking for volunteers so please carpool or consider taking the Muir Woods shuttle from the Sausalito Pohono park and ride. If you wish to take the shuttle, you can reserve a spot for free by contacting us at [email protected].
Where the mountain meets the sea, restoration at Muir Beach continues with planting and weeding. There is limited parking so please carpool or consider hiking or biking.
Help clean up Upton Beach in the town of Stinson, and help protect marine life from harmful trash and keep one of Marin’s most picturesque beaches looking great.
Age, Skills, What to Bring:
Volunteers of all ages are welcome.
Wear clothes that can get dirty. Long pants and closed-toe shoes are required. Bring layers for changing weather and rain gear if necessary.
Bring a personal water bottle and sunscreen.
No experience necessary. Training and tools will be provided. Fulfills community service requirements.
If You Go:
When: Saturday, February 3 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Where: Muir Woods, Muir Beach, Upton Beach, CA
Visit onetam.org for more information
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