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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ELECTED OFFICERS FOR 2023-2024: President Terri Thomas, Sausalito First Vice-President Linda Novy, Fairfax Second Vice-President Pam Reaves, San Rafael Treasurer Richard Jensen, Corte Madera Secretary Larry Minikes, San Rafael DIRECTORS ELECTED NEW TO THE MCL BOARD: Term ending 2026 Jane Medley, San Rafael Aviva Rossi, Fairfax RE-ELECTED TO NEW THREE-YEAR TERM TO THE MCL BOARD:

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