Hundreds of birding enthusiasts from the Bay Area and all across the country, including New York, Mississippi, Texas, Montana and Washington, have read more . . .
1976 was a watershed year for West Marin’s priceless coastal resources – the California Coastal Act was passed into law, implementing the coastal read more . . .
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Environmental Forum of Marin presents the 2016 Lecture Series. www.marinefm.org/lecture-serie...
Environmental Action Committee of West Marin (EAC) updated their cover photo. ... See MoreSee Less
A huge thank you to all our supporters who helped us kick off and complete another successful birding festival. We want to thank our donors, members, participants, hike leaders, speakers, sponsors and volunteers. Learn more about our work and how to become a member at www.eacmarin.org
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Gray whales are on their way north. The Point Reyes Headlands are a great viewing area with whales close to the shoreline. Bring a lunch, warm layers (windy season), sunscreen, binoculars and your patience and have a good time. Fun for the whole family. ... See MoreSee Less
Three gray whale cow/calf pairs cruising together through the kelp forest beneath the cliffs of Big ...
We can't wait to see everyone at the Point Reyes Birding and Nature Festival. The Festival starts tomorrow. Registration and check-in is at the Dance Palace at 503 B Street, Point Reyes Station, CA 94956. ... See MoreSee Less
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 . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .