We train citizen-scientists to record human uses of Marine Protected Areas. The Marin MPA Watch is a collaborative effort among the Environmental read more . . .
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Roadwork on Shoreline Highway near Dogtown resulted in the subcontractors dumping asphalt into a seasonable creek that feeds into Pine Gulch Creek watershed and located within Point Reyes National Seashore.
Happy to report due to public response and complaints filed through CalTip, Marin County Sheriff, Caltrans and to the Point Reyes National Park resulted in Fish and Wildlife officer response and NPS fisheries biologist review.
Status today: the asphalt has been removed and any residual damage needs to be assessed.
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Happy 100th Anniversary National Park Service! We are especially proud to work alongside our partners here at Point Reyes National Seashore, Golden Gate National Recreation Area and Muir Woods National Monument. A huge kudos to all the staff, volunteers, and park partners who care for these special places ---and of course to the public who believe in the power, beauty, and need for parks for our health, mind and body. We hope everyone can get to a park today, or at the very least get outside and celebrate our national treasure -- wild places in nature. Cheers! ... See MoreSee Less
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#DYK August is National #WaterQuality Month! Point Reyes National Seashore Field Technicians are sam...
In 1998, EAC called Tomales Dunes "Marin's least-known ecological treasure." Today, it is recognized as a nationally important coastal resource that read more . . .
Hundreds of birding enthusiasts from the Bay Area and all across the country, including New York, Mississippi, Texas, Montana and Washington, have read more . . .
In January, EAC has joined with eleven groups, including the City of Berkeley, Environmental Working Group, and Pesticide Action Network, to sue the read more . . .