Point Blue's STRAW (Students & Teachers Restoring A Watershed) Program coordinates and sustains a network of teachers, students, restoration specialists and community members to plan and implement watershed restoration.
STRAW will be at Bay Model during the BBQ to discuss conservation with the community.
Friends of the Creek have been working alongside Willow Creek Academy to bring outdoor education and creek restoration to the classroom. The ultimate goal of the Willow Creek Restoration Plan is to bring a year-round stream back into daylight as an above-ground perennial creek system connected to Richardson Bay
MCL is the county’s most respected and effective environmental organization, successfully pursuing its unique mission to preserve, protect, and enhance the natural assets of Marin County for the public. MCL serves as the countywide authority on environmental policy, MCL studies and analyzes issues; proposes policies; educates and mobilizes citizens; and monitors outcomes.
Sausalito is embarking on a General Plan Update. The General Plan provides a long-range vision and blueprint for the future of Sausalito. It serves as a basis for the decisions that affect future growth, development, and the allocation of City services, while addressing the unique characteristics and needs of Sausalito. Several committee members of the General Plan will be on site to listen to your concerns and desires for the future of Sausalito.
We are committed to enhancing and protecting Sausalito’s public landscapes through advocacy, partnership and the cultivation of a community-wide culture of responsibility. We believe that attractive, well-maintained parks, walkways, medians, and streetscapes are essential to livability and civic pride. Through a combination of visionary leadership and citizen commitment, we’re confident that, together, we can ensure that Sausalito enjoys sustainably beautiful landscapes.
Join GREEN THUMBS for their monthly beautification of Sausalito! email@example.com