MCL Newsletter: Jan-Feb 2024

Marin Conservation League Newsletter In this issue: GGNRA Chief David Smith will speak at MCL’s Annual Dinner Tomales Bay State Park Forest Health and Wildfire Resilience—the project advances Time to pivot: Enhancing fire resilience and reducing habitat disturbance HISTORY OF TOMALES BAY STATE PARK MCL adopts new Housing Policy Statement John Hart’s Marin County Environmental […]

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MCL Newsletter: Sept-Oct 2023

In this issue: Lesser-known benefits of the County’s recently renewed Measure A.  New Measure A “Food, Agriculture, and Resilient Ecosystems” grant info. Survey closes Oct 10.  Profiles of MCL’s 2023 Environmental Awardees: Carlos Porrata, Judy Schriebman, Larry Minikes, Reva Siu, Bartlett Tree Experts, Tom Lai, and Tiburon Open Space/Jerry Riessen  Nominations for MCL’s 2024 Awards

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MCL Annual Report

Inside you will find: Message from MCL’s President MCL’s 2023-24 Board members MCL’s 2022 financial statement A list of MCL’s 2022 Supporters –We thank you for your continuing support! A summary of MCL’s recent Conservation Advocacy, particularly in: Protecting Mt. Tam’s watershed Preserving and restoring natural ecosystems Mitigating and adapting to climate change, and Protecting

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MCL Newsletter: May-June 2023

In this issue: MMWD Watershed Recreation Plan: still underway MMWD “Roadmap”: an integrated strategy for water supply resiliency President’s message: “Our focus is on Mission.” Stepping down, but not away … MCL supports MMWD water rate increases (read the article and MCL’s letter to MMWD board) MCL Annual Dinner photos How SFPUC and EBMUD manage recreation on their watersheds A

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Matching Game

Come visit Marin Conservation League’s table at Ember Stomp on Saturday, May 20, 2023 and learn how wildfire protection and ecological health can work together. Ember Stomp is a FREE family-friendly event featuring fire agencies, public land managers, environmental organizations, and fire protection vendors focused on creating fire adapted communities in Marin. The event will

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Support for Marin Water’s 2023 Proposed Water Rate, Fee, and Charge Increases

MCL Endorses Marin Water’s 2023 Proposed Enhancements to Water Rates, Fees, and Charges Read letter: MCL_Support Ltr for 2023 MW Rate Increase_5.8.2023 The Marin Conservation League (MCL) is devoted to the preservation of clean water and healthy biodiversity of the Marin Water watershed. To that end, MCL supports MMWD’s proposed four-year COSA (Cost of Service

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Assemblymember Damon Connolly speaking with MCL’s Climate Action Working Group

Assemblymember Damon Connolly Watch the Replay Our newly elected Assembly Member Damon Connolly joined the April 21 CAWG discussion. Damon is already the Assembly lead on the Joint Legislative Committee on Climate Change. He’s also on the Utilities and Energy Committee and the Assembly/Senate Budget Subcommittee that deals with climate issues, energy, natural resources, and

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Watershed & Recreation

Bay Area water providers have consistently faced difficulties in managing recreational activities on watershed lands At the April 2023 Parks & Open Space meeting, Lisa Wayne, Watershed and Recreation Manager for Crystal Springs Watershed and Scott Hill, Manager of Watershed and Recreation for East Bay Municipal Utility District shared the challenges and successes they have

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