LAST RAYS OF SUMMER ON TAM
Monica Stafford, Community Ambassador Program Director, leads a One Tam member hike exploring the geology and grasslands of Mt. Tam. Photo by Brad Handel
Summer may be waning but October offers a multitude of opportunities and special events to connect with Mt. Tam!
ONE TAM SCIENCE SUMMIT - LAST TICKETS GOING SOON!
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Come into the woods with us to explore Mt. Tam's forest systems and how they are changing. We'll look at how the mountain's forests are doing through multiple angles, and how they are affected by broader environmental changes happening in our region. We'll also take a close look at the tanoak - a common element of our region's landscapes, but very rich in natural and cultural history.
Friday, October 5, 9am-5pm
Mill Valley Community Center, 180 Camino Alto, Mill Valley, CA
Registration includes lunch and a reception following the event.
BETWEEN BAY AND SKY: BAYWOOD ARTISTS PAINT MT. TAM
Tamal Vista Promise, an 8x16" Oil on Panel by Laura Culver
renowned Marin County’s BayWood Artists have partnered with One Tam a third
time to celebrate Mt. Tam in their next show! The exhibition offers 100 new
watercolor and oil paintings of views, trails, and the natural environment in
and around Mt. Tamalpais, and 50% of all sales will be generously donated to
One Tam. Entry is free. Preview these wonderful works at baywoodartists.org
The exhibit runs three days!
October 12, 5–8pm: Artist Reception (Enjoy
light refreshments and conversations with the artists and One Tam staff on
October 13, 10am–3pm: Exhibition and Art Sale
October 14, 10am–4pm: Exhibition and Art Sale
Marin Art & Garden Center-The Studio
30 Sir Francis Drake Blvd. Ross, CA
TAM TALK - A CONVERSATION WITH ONE TAM
Join the leadership of the five One Tam partner organizations for an interactive and engaging dialogue about the One Tam initiative, what the collaborative has undertaken in 2017-18, and plans for the year ahead.
October 29, 2018, 4:30-6:30
Location TBD - check onetam.org/tam-talk for updates
This event is free and open to the public, and registration is not required.
MORE OPPORTUNITIES TO JOIN US
Thursday, October 11, 10am - 1pm: Historic Landscape and Facilities Stewardship at Stinson Beach. Help care for Stinson Beach and keep it safe and beautiful for all who visit. Learn more >>
Saturday, October 13, 9am-12pm: Habitat Restoration at Bootjack Campground. Join California State Parks and One Tam in our effort to control French broom and maintain habitat around Bootjack Campground. Learn more >>
Thursday, October 18, 4-6pm: One Tam Member Event: Photography on the Mountain. Parks Conservancy Photographer Paul Myers will guide a photography walk for photographers and enthusiasts focusing on introductory skills to capture beautiful images on Mt. Tam. This session will focus on using dramatic light as a creative tool. Register >>
Saturday, October 20, 9am-12pm: Habitat Restoration at Creekside Marsh. Come join this community-based effort to install a diversity of native plants and improve animal habitat at a site once dominated by weeds! Learn more >>
Tuesday, October 23, 1-4pm: Wildlife Picture Index Workshop. We will be viewing and cataloging wildlife photos (on the computer) acquired from wildlife cameras in Marin. Newcomers and experienced catalogers welcome, and snacks will be provided. Register >>
Saturday, November 3, 4-5:30pm: Marin Wildlife Picture Index Project (Lecture). Hear what we're learning about the region's wildlife from this project and how you can get involved. Part of Nature Space, a program offered in partnership with Mill Valley Recreation. Register >>
Saturday, November 10, 10am-1:30pm: Mt. Tam West Peak Hike. Join filmmaker Gary Yost and Marin Municipal Water District ranger Matt Cerkel on Mt. Tam for a special talk about the true peak of our beloved mountain. Register >>