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MMWD News for September 2018
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How We're Managing Wildfire Risk on Mt. Tam

MMWD's Mt. Tamalpais Watershed is the primary source of our drinking water. But our responsibilities on Mt. Tam extend far beyond capturing, storing and delivering water. As the largest public land manager on the mountain, MMWD has been working for more than 20 years to reduce wildfire risk and help protect our communities.   Learn more
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MMWD's Park Rangers Play Many Roles
Even after 23 years on the job, MMWD Park Ranger Matt Cerkel never knows what each day will hold. As one of six rangers tasked with protecting MMWD’s nearly 22,000 acres of watershed land, Matt functions as peace officer, wildland firefighter, EMT, search and rescue specialist, naturalist, historian and educator. Watch now
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MMWD Offers Free Programs for Schools
MMWD's school programs provide opportunities for students to discover where their water comes from and to gain hands-on experience in watershed ecology and habitat restoration. Space is limited, so ask your favorite teacher to reserve a spot today. Learn more
New Water-Use Efficiency Legislation
On May 31, 2018, Governor Brown signed into law two long-term water-use efficiency bills designed to help us better prepare for droughts and climate change by making conservation a way of life in California. Read our FAQs
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