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 . . .
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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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 . . .