Please join us for the next meeting of MMWD’s Conservation Action Committee this Friday, June 18. We’ll tour the potential site for a proposed Nature Education Center on the Mt. Tamalpais Watershed, and learn about the exciting watershed education programs MMWD currently offers.
Every year the watershed hosts more than 800 local students, hundreds of volunteers, and hundreds of thousands of visitors from throughout the Bay Area and beyond. MMWD is pursuing state grant funding to build a state-of-the-art, sustainable facility to serve as a hub for our school programs, volunteer programs, and watershed visitors. The center would serve to deepen public understanding of the watershed and engage visitors in the stewardship of its precious resources: water, species, habitat.
MMWD watershed manager Mike Swezy and natural resources program manager Janet Klein will guide us on a tour of the site and answer questions about MMWD’s vision for the project as well as our current education programs.
Conservation Action Committee meetings are open to everyone with an interest in water conservation.