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Thursday, January 4, 1pm
Carbon Farming in Marin County

Nancy Scolari of the Marin Resource Conservation District to speak

“Carbon Farming in Marin County” will be the topic of the Free Public Event on Thursday January 4th at 1PM at the Outdoor Art Club, One W. Blithedale at Throckmorton, Mill Valley. Learn how local agriculture is addressing climate change by improving the condition of our soils. Nancy Scolari of the Marin Resource Conservation District, which was established in 1959, will describe innovative research which is supporting Marin’s farmers and ranchers in utilizing farming practices that sequester carbon from the atmosphere into our soils for a healthier planet. After the discussion we invite you to participate in a Q&A. Please bring a friend and join us for this Civic outreach event and light refreshments


About The Outdoor Art Club

The Outdoor Art Club is a private, nonprofit women's organization which was formed in 1902. Our mission is "To preserve the natural scenery of Mill Valley and the surrounding country, to beautify the grounds around public buildings, to work against the wanton destruction of birds and game, to encourage the development of outdoor art and to engage in other civic, literary and charitable work."
The clubhouse is available for rental by the public. See Rental page.


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