Gallinas Valley Area

coastalcleanup2007smCalflora – What Grows Here – Gallinas Valley
– Interactive Map showing wild California plants

China Camp State Park
– CA Dept of Parks & Recreation

Ecological Connections between Baylands and Uplands:
Examples from Marin County
(36 MB PDF)
– SFEI Report No. 521 to Marin Audubon Society,
Marin Conservation League, Marin Baylands Advocates, Sierra Club

Flood Control Zone No. 7 (Santa Venetia)
– County of Marin Public Works – Flood Control and Water Conservation District

Friends of China Camp
– Helping to keep China Camp State Park open, fund public education programs, provide volunteer support, and foster projects and services at the park

Gallinas Creek Restoration Project (Phase1, 2, and 3) and Map
– From Bay Area Wetland Tracker

Gallinas Creek Watershed
– Info from Oakland Museum of California Creek and Watershed Information Source

Gallinas Creek Watershed
– Dept. of Public Works map and infos

Historical Ecology of the Miller Creek Watershed
– Study by SFEI

KRIS East Marin-Sonoma
– Watershed database with maps, tables, charts, photos and bibliographic resources. KRIS organizes information relevant to fisheries and water quality so that it can be shared quickly and easily.

Las Gallinas Valley
– From Wikipedia

Marin County Watershed Program – Gallinas Creek Watershed
– Overview and History as well as Vegetation, Land Use and Imperviousness PDF maps of watershed

Miller Creek Watershed
– Info from Oakland Museum of California Creek and Watershed Information Source

San Pablo Bay Watershed
– EPA “Surf Your Watershed” information about your watershed

San Pedro Ridge (MCOSD)
– North facing slopes of San Pedro Ridge preserve are heavily forested with a mixture of oaks, bays, and madrones and a few pockets of redwoods. Near the top are open patches of grasslands that are dotted with wildflowers each spring. Trails and fire roads in this preserve connect to the adjacent Henry Barbier Park (owned by the city of San Rafael), and to China Camp State Park.

Santa Margarita Island / Santa Venetia Marsh (MCOSD)
– These two Gallinas Valley preserves are remnants of the old “Venice” subdivision scheme.The trails around Santa Margarita Island and the path atop the levee at Santa Venetia Marsh are favorite paths for local residents.

Terra Linda / Sleepy Hollow Divide (MCOSD)
– 1,168 acre preserve protects the ridges of northern San Rafael. A mixture of open grassland and broadleaf forests crisscrossed with fire roads and trails. The Springs Hill area (north of Terra Linda) has a scattering of exposed serpentine outcrops that support a variety of unusual plants.

pdf Major Streams & Watersheds – East Marin 10 Schools (20×26)[300HQ].pdf – on Aug 22, 2009 6:23 AM by A Kahl (version 1) 697k View Download