MCL Newsletter: March-April 2023

In this issue: MCL Annual Dinner, April 21: Armando Quintero keynote speaker CEQA under siege (again): MCL’s perspective President’s message: Changes and transitions at MCL A tribute to Phyllis Faber Climate Action: Congressman Huffman on climate progress Marin’s forests managed for resiliency Offshore wind: The future of wind along CA’s coast Nature Note: Fire and CA’s magnificent oaks Marin Master Gardener’s […]

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MCL Newsletter: Jan-Feb 2023

In this issue: Prescribed fire: Bringing “Good Fire” Back to the Land Land preservation updates: MOST’s Campaign to Forever Protect Bald Hill plus more Climate action: MCE Sync and 2023’s EV Tax Credits Slow and Say Hello!: Trail Partners at 10 Years CNPS’ collaboration with MCP: Be a Ring Mountain Docent Road improvements study: Chileno Valley Newt Brigade In Memoriam: Judy Schriebman Save the Date: MCL’s Annual

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Summary of MCL Letter on Building Electrification

Summary of MCL Letter on Building Electrification (Sent to all Marin jurisdictions, 11/22) Marin Conservation League supports a robust coordinated effort by Marin County and its towns, cities, and agencies to accelerate building electrification. The County and other jurisdictions have now drafted model reach codes requiring electrification and electric vehicle infrastructure in new construction, and

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MCL Newsletter: Nov-Dec 2022

In this issue: The urgent, long-term multi-agency and private landowner commitment to recover Coho Salmon in the beautiful Walker Creek watershed An update on Marin’s Green Building Reach Codes with links to resources, incentives, and rebates Marin County’s community-supported native plant nursery contributes to MC Parks restoration sites. President’s message: Key issues MCL is tracking Join us: MCL’s Holiday Party,

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Measure M: Martha Co. Property

To our members and friends, especially in Tiburon and Belvedere: By approving parcel tax Measure M, you can be part of a legacy decision – unlocking the gate and permanently opening the 110-acre Martha Co. property for the enjoyment of ours and future generations! Located at the tip of Tiburon Ridge with sweeping views overlooking

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Future of State Route 37

The future of State Route 37 and historic baylands depends on funding and political will By Kate Powers Can the reconstruction of State Route 37 (SR 37) into an elevated four-lane causeway be accelerated in time to not  only reduce congestion and protect the highway from sea level rise, but also for tidal wetlands to

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2022 Marin Water Candidate Forum

PRESENTED BY MARIN LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS AND MARIN CONSERVATION LEAGUE Meet the Board of Directors of Marin Water Candidates Wednesday, September 28 7 PM to 8:30 PM Corte Madera Community Center, 498 Tamalpais Drive Replay link: Division 1: Jack Gibson (incumbent) Matthew Samson Division 2: Larry Bragman (incumbent) Jack Kenney Ranjiv Khush Division

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Building Electrification and Why it’s Important

Building Electrification and why it’s important A report on recent presentations to MCL’s Climate Action Working Group (CAWG) Building Electrification by Kate Powers It’s becoming ever more clear that buildings are having an outsized impact on global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Most buildings run on multiple fuels — electricity to power lights, refrigerators, electronic devices;

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MCL Newsletter: May-June 2022

In this issue: MCL’s interview with PRNS Superintendent, Craig Kenkel Nona Dennis receives accolades Yes on A! Renew in 2022! MCP Senior Stroll through Conservation History, May 18, 10 a.m. MCL’s Annual Meeting: A recap in photos Building electrification: Updating Marin’s Green Building Codes New book: John Hart’s environmental history of Marin In Memoriam: Doug Wilson,

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