Full Moon Weeding at Bothin Marsh in Mill Valley

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    NEWSLETTERS

    San Francisco Bay would not exist as the beautiful natural treasure it is today without Save The Bay. This year, we celebrate 50 years of halting massive bay fill and dumping, restoring wetlands and engaging the community to save the Bay. 

    We’ll be howling at the wetlands this Saturday as we prepare the site for its next batch of native plants by removing invasive species. This beautiful marsh is home to several endangered species, including the California clapper rail and the salt marsh harvest mouse. Luckily, no werewolves have been sighted yet! We will be working to improve wetland habitat at Bothin Marsh in Richardson Bay, Mill Valley. With the help of our partners, the Marin County Open Space District, we will be removing non-native species to improve transition zone habitat for shorebirds and wildlife. You too can help out with our hands-on stewardship projects while you learn about our past and current efforts to improve plant species diversity. Tee shirts will be provided so please list your shirt size in the comments when you register.

    Click here to volunteer!

    Name of Event:  Bothin Marsh (Mill Valley)
    Date: July 16
    Time: 9:00am-12:00pm
    Location: Bothin Marsh, Mill Valley
    Directions will be provided upon registration
    Event max # of volunteers: unlimited

    Contact Email: Natalie@saveSFbay.org
    phone: 510-452-9261 x 109
    Age Restrictions: none - but minors must be accompanied by an adult
    Type of Work: Removal of invasive species along the levees surrounding the Bay.
    Waiver Required: Volunteers will sign waiver at event.
    Registration Required: Volunteer can register online at www.saveSFbay.org/volunteer (note this will not be posted on our website until after July.)
    Attire: Expect to get dirty! Be prepared to be outdoors for the duration of the project. Dress in layers, bring a hat, sunscreen and wear close-toed shoes to protect your feet. Long pants are recommended, but not required. Please also bring your own water bottle and help us cut down on plastic.