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Floodplain creation to be studied on Walker Creek

01/09/2020
David Sherwood is among several property owners along a stretch of Walker Creek that the Marin Resource Conservation District will study with help from a $345,000 state grant. The assessment, focused on enhancing habitat for coho salmon and steelhead trout, will include designs for floodplain resotration projects on the critical...

StuArt sketches at the Bolinas World Craft Fair

12/18/2019
Bolinas troubadour StuArt made two-minute sketches of visitors to the Bolinas World Craft Fair on Sunday. West Marin's holiday fairs have passed, and the holidays are around the corner. The Light wishes you all a merry Christmas and happy Hannukah!

Newt brigade acts after rains

12/04/2019
Volunteers with the Chileno Valley Newt Brigade spent their nights this week ferrying newts across a mile-long stretch of road. The team was organized by rancher Sally Gale, who reported finding hundreds of dead California newts crushed by cars last winter. The brigade will meet most nights this winter to...

Pump Espresso raises funds for move

11/26/2019
Cheyenne Young and Bill MacBeath played on Sunday at the Papermill Creek Saloon, where a benefit party for Pump Espresso Bar brought in $2,000. The nearly four-year-old Forest Knolls establishment is vacating its space next to the farmstand at the end of the year and relocating to the site of...

PGE sets up resource center for non-outage

11/20/2019
Contractors for PG&E set up a community resource center and charging station in the West Marin School parking on Tuesday night in anticipation of a planned power outage that never came to fruition: it was cancelled for West Marin on Tuesday afternoon. No resource centers were set up in West...

New chips at playground

11/07/2019
A contractor for Marin County Parks shoots a fresh layer of cedar chips onto Toby's Playground in Point Reyes Station on Tuesday.

Watery section of Sir Francis Drake Boulevard given quick fix

10/16/2019
Biologists with the National Park Service patrolled for red-legged frogs on a stubbornly flooded and pot-holed section of Sir Francis Drake Boulevard in the seashore last Wednesday. The next day, contractors installed concrete barriers and gravel as a temporary fix for the section until a permanant repair is undertaken, from...

Man burning belongings starts Woodacre vegetation fire

08/28/2019
A Petaluma man was arrested and charged with reckless burning on Tuesday after he admitted to setting personal items on fire on the ridge above the Spirit Rock Meditation Center. The fire grew out of control and burned 16 acres of brush, prompting an evacuation warning for the eastern side...

Dewey Livingston, Marin historian, receives award

08/21/2019
Inverness resident Dewey Livingston received the second annual historian award from the Marin History Museum on Sunday in Novato. Mr. Livingston has authored dozens of publications for the National Park Service along with numerous commercial history books and oral history projects. He is currently working on a comprehensive history of...

Volunteers clear path near West Marin School

08/15/2019
During the last two Saturdays, volunteers and landowners have cut back the brush that has clogged and crowded the pathway taken by students between downtown and West Marin School. Classes resume on Monday, so drivers, go slowly on State Route 1.

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