Come to learn more about what’s going on in Marin’s creeks at the First Marin Creeks Symposium!

You are invited to the free event! Learn about our Marin County creeks which are an important foundation of our environment.

GWC will be giving a presentation about the Civic Center Lagoon Floating Islands.

Date and Time
Sat, October 29, 2022
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM PDT
College of Marin
835 College Avenue
Kentfield, CA 94904
Free event at the College of Marin Kentfield Campus with limited space.
Organized by Marin RCD, Friends of Corte Madera Creek Watershed, and other Watershed Groups (including GWC).
Mcinnis Park Sunrise by Ken Papai

Mcinnis Park Sunrise by Ken Papai

About this event

The county is lucky to have a devoted group of people, some paid, and many unpaid, who have dedicated years to improving and maintaining the health of its creeks and watersheds.

There are many overlapping similarities and differences among Marin’s creeks—their histories, their current conditions, and their restoration potential. We felt that we could all benefit from awareness of challenges shared among many different watershed groups and agencies about what they’re doing to address the issues faced and what lessons have been learned along the way.

Please join us for a day of information gathering and sharing, as well as networking. Our hope is that we can learn from each other and contribute relevant solutions amongst practitioners. There will be an area available to share posters and resource information.

We envision this as a working session for those who are actively engaged in this work. We hope to learn from each other and come away with ideas and helpful resources to support our efforts as we move forward toward the improvement of Marin’s creeks!

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