12 Nov Another Successful Season of Kent Island Restoration!
Each year since 2012 from April through October, Greater Farallones Association, in partnership with Marin County Parks, Audubon Canyon Ranch, US Army Corps of Engineers, and hundreds of hard-working volunteers, have been removing non-native plants on Kent Island. Removing invasives helps restore the island’s naturally-shifting dune habitat, facilitates return of native plants and the animals that depend on them for food and shelter, and improves water and sediment transport throughout the lagoon. Learn more about the Bolinas Lagoon Restoration Project.
Interested in volunteering? Check our volunteer page for 2020 Bolinas Lagoon Restoration Volunteer Days, or see what other volunteer opportunities are available now at Greater Farallones Association.
Photo credit: Kate Bimrose, GFA