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  • Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    Please use this number to reference this error 80000000958c721618516164 Return to HOME page Live Edit Close av This Bl nk Annual Parking Passes FAQs Forms Rebates Water Supply Planning Weekly Watering Schedule Watershed Map MMWD Quick Links Blog Think Blue Marin Employment Opportunities Form Center Notify Me Online Bill Pay QuickLinks aspx Connect With Us Helpful Links Contact Us Privacy Policy Site Map Accessibility Copyright Notices Powered by CivicPlus QuickLinks

    Original URL path: http://marinwater.org/136/%5C& (2016-04-29)
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  • Tamalpais Lands Collaborative (TLC) | Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    for the management of Mt Tamalpais National Park Service California State Parks Marin Municipal Water District Marin County Parks and the conservation nonprofit Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy The partnership grew out of a history of public stewardship of Mt Tamalpais and earlier collaborative efforts including a plan by MMWD to create a nonprofit Friends organization for the Mt Tamalpais Watershed The collaborative supports conservation stewardship and public enjoyment of the nearly 10 square miles of local state and national parklands that encompass the Mt Tamalpais region Mission The TLC s mission is to develop and implement projects and public programs that Promote resource management and preservation Increase community support volunteer engagement and educational opportunities and Enhance visitor experiences Goals The goals of the TLC are to Preserve and restore the natural historic and scenic resources of Mt Tamalpais Improve the understanding and appreciation of Mt Tamalpais and adjacent protected areas by the visiting public and nearby communities Connect the public to the value of Mt Tamalpais and the conservation of watershed resources through educational programs interpretive materials seminars convenings volunteerism and philanthropy Improve the enjoyment of parklands the watershed and other protected areas by the visiting public Provide for a more seamless visitor experience across MMWD county state and national park lands Enhance existing or develop new plans programs services materials and activities to enable a range of interpretive educational and visitor experiences and improved visitor facilities on Mt Tamalpais and adjacent protected areas Facilitate cooperative research and resource management initiatives and disseminate findings to the public Promote advance and secure philanthropic donations government grants and other sources of funds to increase resources of the collaborative Promote advance and secure volunteer support Each of the partners will develop lists of projects and programs on their own lands as well

    Original URL path: http://marinwater.org/289/Tamalpais-Lands-Collaborative-TLC (2016-04-29)
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  • Directions & Maps to Watershed Sites | Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    be found here You may also view a Google map of Sky Oaks and Lake Lagunitas Soulajule Reservoir Leo T Cronin Fish Viewing Area Marin County Public Lands Map Title Notify Me Directions Maps to Watershed Sites Film Land Use Other Permits Natural Resources Fisheries Natural Resources Vegetation Natural Resources Wildlife Support the Mt Tamalpais Watershed Roads and Trails Visiting Watershed Lands Volunteer Opportunities MMWD Quick Links Blog Think Blue

    Original URL path: http://marinwater.org/175/Directions-Maps-to-Watershed-Sites (2016-04-29)
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  • Film, Land Use & Other Permits | Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    000 day for takedown prop removal or cleanup 2 000 day for helicopter landing at designated helipad only Refueling the helicopter on site is not permitted 100 to 1 000 day for still photography depending upon the scope of the project 116 16 hour per staff person on site monitor may be required based on the scope of the project and the determination of the Watershed Superintendent Manager or his her designee This overtime rate shall be adjusted annually based on District costs including indirect vehicle rates and overhead charges 50 of fees charges is non refundable if canceled three or more days prior to scheduled shooting Entire fees charges shall be forfeited if canceled within three days prior to scheduled shooting In addition if canceled on scheduled shoot date a minimum of four hours staff time will be charged Scouting Locations Depending upon staff availability the district shall be reimbursed on an hourly basis for staff time dedicated to scouting for film shoot locations and coordinating same Land Use Permits District lands are open to the public for recreational use in accordance with the provisions of MMWD s Land Use Regulations during daylight hours only beginning at 7 a m and ending thirty minutes after sunset Research Permits Thank you for your interest in conducting scientific activities within MMWD lands The MMWD Board of Directors and staff recognize the unique opportunities for research monitoring and biological collecting present within the Mt Tamalpais Watershed We wish to encourage efforts aimed at increased understanding of the biota and ecological processes found within the lands and waters we manage At the same time we are committed to fulfilling our primary purpose of protecting water quality and the resources entrusted to us MMWD s Collecting and Research Guidelines and Permit Application is to

    Original URL path: http://marinwater.org/173/Film-Land-Use-Other-Permits (2016-04-29)
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  • Natural Resources: Fisheries | Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    implementing comprehensive long term efforts to enhance the habitat of the creeks for the benefit of native aquatic species Lagunitas Creek Watershed Walker Creek Watershed Title Notify Me Lagunitas Creek Watershed Walker Creek Watershed MMWD Quick Links Blog Think Blue Marin Employment Opportunities Form Center Notify Me Online Bill Pay QuickLinks aspx Connect With Us Helpful Links Contact Us Privacy Policy Site Map Accessibility Copyright Notices Powered by CivicPlus QuickLinks

    Original URL path: http://marinwater.org/176/Natural-Resources-Fisheries (2016-04-29)
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  • Natural Resources: Vegetation | Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    woodlands to chaparral redwood forests and wetlands Our seam of serpentinite sustains several special status species seen solely on our slopes Plant Life Research Tools Citizen Science Mt Tamalpais Watershed Biodiversity Survey includes a photo checklist of observations to date Research Permits Illustrated Plant List A Illustrated Plant List B E Illustrated Plant List F J Illustrated Plant List L O Illustrated Plant List Papaver Poa Illustrated Plant List Polemon Z The Bay Area Open Space Council also has an online map system for exploring the diversity of lands in Marin and beyond The California Department of Fish and Wildlife s BIOS viewer has MMWD s finer scale maps and background reports as well as others throughout the state Protecting Our Resources The plants and animals here face changes in fire climate and introduced pests In 1995 MMWD began implementing a vegetation management plan to reduce fire hazards restore habitat protect rare plants and control invasive pest plants Now MMWD is replacing that plan with the Draft Wildfire Protection and Habitat Improvement Plan and seeks public involvement in the process Challenge of Vegetation Management on Mt Tamalpais Presentation Dec 2014 Title Notify Me 1994 Vegetation Management Plan Sudden Oak Death

    Original URL path: http://marinwater.org/179/Natural-Resources-Vegetation (2016-04-29)
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  • Natural Resources: Wildlife | Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    or Likely to Occur on MMWD Lands MMWD staff compiled the following lists from research reports staff observations organized counts e g Christmas bird counts and expert opinion Please note The information contained in these lists is dynamic and may change over time MMWD gives no warranty expressed or implied as to the accuracy reliability or completeness of the data Birds Known or Likely to Occur on MMWD Lands Butterflies Possibly Occurring on MMWD Lands Mammals Possibly Occurring on MMWD Lands Reptiles and Amphibians Known or Likely to Occur on MMWD Lands For More Information on Birds Landbirds in the MMWD An examination of population change from 1996 to 2004 Landbird Monitoring in the MMWD 2007 Summary Report Abundance Patterns of Landbirds in the MMWD over Fifteen Years 1996 to 2010 Developing Habitat based Landbird Models as Planning Tools for the Golden Gate National Recreation Area and the Point Reyes National Seashore 2007 Status for Northern Spotted Owl Sites on or Adjacent to MCOSD and MMWD land 1999 2009 Osprey Pandion haliaetus The 2012 Nesting Season Christmas Bird Count Marin Audubon Society eBird Global Tools for Birders Critical Data for Science All about Birds The Cornell Lab of Ornithology Wild Turkey Management Surveys 2007 Black throated gray warbler For More Information on Butterflies The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation Butterflies and Moths count data submitted to MMWD Checkerspot butterfly For More Information on Mammals Mammals of the Bay Area Structural Surveys for Bats for the Mt Tamalpais Watershed 2003 Group of pallid bats For More Information on Reptiles and Amphibians California Red Legged and Foothill Yellow Legged Frog Protocol Surveys 2003 Foothill Yellow Legged Frog Breeding Success and Monitoring at Little Carson Creek and Big Carson Creek 2004 Foothill Yellow Legged Frog Monitoring at Little Carson Creek and Big Carson

    Original URL path: http://marinwater.org/184/Natural-Resources-Wildlife (2016-04-29)
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  • Support the Mt. Tamalpais Watershed | Marin Municipal Water District - Official Website
    However lightly we tread together we have a great impact on the ecosystem of the Mt Tamalpais Watershed when we visit Invasive plants the ravages of sudden oak death and the ever present threat of wildfire challenge the health of the Mt Tamalpais Watershed ecosystem This understanding has prompted MMWD to explore ways to raise funds to help protect this vital natural resource Tamalpais Lands Collaborative TLC Established in March 2014 the TLC brings together the resources talents and philanthropy of the four agencies responsible for the management of Mt Tamalpais National Park Service California State Parks Marin Municipal Water District Marin County Parks and the conservation nonprofit Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy Learn more Mt Tamalpais Watershed Fund MMWD created the Mt Tamalpais Watershed Fund in 1996 to give watershed visitors the opportunity to help protect the mountain through a tax deductible donation Projects supported by donations to the fund are conducted with sensitivity to community concerns Learn more The Mt Tamalpais Watershed Fund is administered by the Marin Community Foundation a nonprofit philanthropic organization working since 1986 to improve the human condition and enhance the quality of life You can mail your donation directly to the Mt Tamalpais

    Original URL path: http://marinwater.org/185/Support-the-Mt-Tamalpais-Watershed (2016-04-29)
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