The vibrant super-blooms that have blanketed California’s valleys and hillsides the past few years have brought out people eager to witness the spectacle.
Here's how we can tip the balance in the planet's favor.
What to expect this year from this climate change phenomenon.
April showers—or in our case, January, February and March downpours—bring May flowers, especially wildflowers.
The owner of Fairfax Backyard Farmer gives advice on backyard farming.
If you want to help the environment, consider sipping through one of these alternative materials.
We all want to do our part when it comes to recycling, but sometimes we become wishful recyclers when we guess at what is and is not accepted.
Four Marin companies are leading the charge to conserve resources in safe and creative ways.
Join the International Bird Rescue in the official release of healthy Brown Pelicans at Fort Baker, Sausalito this Friday, June 29, at 11 a.m.
Spend an invigorating morning along Bon Tempe’s lakeshore, home to basking turtles, curious egrets, and glorious oaks.
A day to show our love and appreciation for the natural beauty that surrounds us.
We spoke with WildCare's new executive director, Vaughn R. Maurice.
Help out these important neighbors by becoming a frog docent this spring.
Lend a helping hand to your local environment at Muir Woods, Muir Beach, or Upton Beach.
Trump Plan to Expand Offshore Leasing Meets Strong Resistance in California
Ring in the bounty this weekend at the 2018 SCBC Herring Celebration, which will be featuring a screening of the Emmy award-winning "Sonic Sea".
Marin’s trash is being turned into electricity — here's how!
Enjoy free entrance to Muir Woods this Friday, and get tips on planning your day here.
A quick “yes” becomes a 10-year story of how Marin and Sonoma’s open spaces were saved and the national landscape changed forever.
There are things we can all do as individuals to help the fight against climate change.
For these citizen scientists, nothing beats the thrill of looking a large raptor in the eye.
We've created a seasonal guide offering local places where you can appreciate the fleeting beauty found in nature.
Native plants of Marin group together to create rich ecosystems.
Plants and fence configurations that are good for our furry friends and your garden.
This early morning walking tour of Muir Woods is sure to intrigue and educate. Kasia has the details.
Learn more about the rocks you'll find across Marin County. Calin Van Paris has the details.
A story from yesterday offers perspective on the troubles of today.
When it comes time to explore the wonders of America’s national parks, think Northern California first.
As the national park system celebrates its centennial, Marin’s incomparable national seashore faces promise and controversy.
Marin is the only place to see tule elk in a national park setting.