This collection of links contains useful information on environmental education resource programs available in the County of Marin.
Audubon Canyon Ranch
Audubon Canyon Ranch acts as guardian of four main nature preserves in Marin, Sonoma and Lake counties. These tidal flats, marshlands, coastal prairie, oak woodlands and redwood groves provide significant habitat to wildlife and have been placed in our care to steward and protect.
Bay Model Visitor Center
Located on Richardson Bay in Sausalito is a unique scientific tool for exploring water movement patterns in the San Francisco Bay - Delta Estuary.
California Native Plant Society - Marin Chapter
Our mission is to increase understanding and appreciation of California's native plants, and to preserve them in their natural habitat through scientific activities, education, and conservation.
Fish and Wildlife Commission
To advise the Board of Supervisors on matters pertaining to fish and game propagation, habitat, and conservation.
Green House Calls
Green House Calls are available to homeowners as well as renters. There is no income qualification.
HealthyMarin.org presents nonbiased data and information about our community.
Formerly the Headlands Institute, NatureBridge is the largest education partner of the National Park Service (NPS). We are proud to support their mission to preserve unimpaired the natural and cultural resources and values of the NPS for the enjoyment, education and inspiration of this and future generations.
The Marine Mammal Center
The Marine Mammal Center is a nonprofit veterinary hospital, research and educational center dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of ill and injured marine mammals - mostly seals and sea lions - and to the study of their health. The hospital is open to the public.
Walker Creek Ranch
An outdoor science school and retreat/conference center in Western Marin owned and operated by the Marin County Office of Education.
WildCare is a nature education and wildlife rehabilitation center in San Rafael, whose aim is to help our community peacefully coexist with wildlife. Every year we share the wonders of nature with more than 40,000 school children and rehabilitate nearly 4,000 wild patients in our rehabilitation hospital. Come be a part of this wonderful organization!