Local Stewardship

Together we can be stewards of this magnificent place, support Tomales Bay today!

See  how you can help.

 

What’s New...

 

2015 Beach Monitoring Season

Each year, from April 1-October 30, the Marin County  Environmental Health Services (EHS) performs weekly monitoring of bacteria levels at selected recreational use sites in the Tomales Bay watershed.  We are committed to providing the public current advisory conditions for each of the monitored sites on our Beach Water Quality page.

 

Check weekly for the latest advisory conditions.  Support the Council's ongoing efforts to bring you this service with a donation!

 

Local Support for Local Stewardship

The Council is proud of the local stewards who support our long-term water quality monitoring program in the Tomales Bay watershed.

 

Our thanks to Hog Island Oyster Co. for donating a portion of the sales of their 2013 and 2014 anniversary wines to support the Council.  Their ongoing stewardship supports a healthy Bay!

 

 See the Adopt Our Watershed page for more information about how you can help!

 

Five-Year Water Quality Monitoring Report Available

The Council’s technical water quality report covering the first five years (2007-2012) of grant-funded water quality monitoring of long-term trends, pollutant source area characterizations and wetland restoration is available on our water quality page, here.

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