Events on the Land: November 2022

October 25, 2022

The fall season is flying by and we want to make sure you don’t miss any of the fun events on the land in and around Marin before the colder weather and rain envelopes us indoors.

If you’re seeking pumpkin patches or Halloween-related events for the final few days of October, visit our recent Where to Find Pumpkins and Fall Activities in Marin post for details and recommendations.

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Farm and Ranch Tours

Hikes and Walks

View of Tomales Bay from the shoreline, with plants in the foreground and shadowed hills in the background

Flora and Fauna

Indigenous Events

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Volunteer, Erin Grant of San Francisco, Calif., works with other volunteers to clear weeds from a trail at Sugarloaf Ridge State Park in Kenwood, Calif. Photo by Darryl Bush / California State Parks Foundation

Volunteer Days

Fundraisers

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Celebrations, Markets, or Civic Events

Visit an upcoming farmers’ market to meet the producers of fresh cheeses, grass-fed meats, fresh veggies, and handmade crafts in your area! Check out the upcoming events calendar from Marin County Parks for more hikes, volunteer opportunities, and family events.  

Please note, as MALT is not the host of the events listed above, please double check with the hosting organization or agency before venturing out. Some may have changes to dates and times, while others may have fees or restrictions. 


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