Marin's open spaces and wild shoreline are the enduring legacy of a group of "rebels with a cause" who fought against aggressive development of the county. That is why shortly after the original Earth Day fifty years ago, they founded EFM to keep training new generations of activists. Thanks to the generosity of its members, EFM continues its mission through community education events and its unique Master Class.

Sea Level Rise and Nature-Based Adaptation

June 18  Register here  


Introducing the EFM Notebook! 
A Biweekly Commentary on What’s New and Newsworthy  

The EFM Notebook is a resource for you to learn the latest on climate change and environmental protection. In each post Susan Holloway, EFM Board Member and member of MC 46, will explore the facts on a particular issue, bring you interviews with experts, activists and policy makers, and give you ideas about how to get involved in finding solutions. Click here to check it out!

Annual Meeting and Membership Meetup  | Wednesday, June 3, 2020   

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The EFM Master Class concludes with each participant presenting his or her unique project. We’re proud to share with you this year’s projects, which reflect the commitment, passion, and wide-ranging interests of Master Class 46.


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