The Marin Municipal Water District has developed a plan to control fire fuels and promote biodiversity—without the use of pesticides—on 22,000 acres of its land, including on Mount Tam and around the Nicasio and Soulajule Reservoirs. 

Curbing multiple kinds of broom in particular, an invasive plant spreading at the rate of 56 acres . . .

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