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 . . .
The priceless biodiversity and thriving marine ecosystems of the northern California coast, especially the Point Reyes peninsula, are uniquely read more . . .
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These were created by Marin MPA Watch interns from trash collected off Drakes Beach. More art projects and displays are being created by individuals and teams to display September 19, 2015 on California Coastal Clean Up Day. Please sign up for one of our beach clean ups at Drakes to help. www.marinmpawatch.org/training-events/?view=calendar&month=June-2015 ... See MoreSee Less
Art projects are being submitted! These displays are being created out of the mess our volunteers a...
EAC Executive Director, Amy Trainer, with environmental champions Congressman Jared Huffman and State Senator Mike McGuire at EAC 45th Annual Dinner last night.
Thanks to everyone who joined us for this fun, educational and inspiring evening! ... See MoreSee Less
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 . . .
Hundreds of birding enthusiasts from the Bay Area and all across the country, including New York, Mississippi, Texas, Montana and Washington, have read more . . .