September Events in Marin

August 30, 2023

It’s heating up this September, as the marine layer that keeps Marin cool tends to weaken, typically making September and October our warmest months. Stay cool with indoor cheese tastings and virtual events, check out our list of Marin hikes that will tend to have cooler temps, and have fun in the sun with an array of outdoor activities while donning your sun hat.

From farmers’ markets and fairs where you may encounter Marin’s agricultural producers, volunteer opportunities and clean up days in our open spaces, and more. Visit a ranch for a harvest supper, take a hike or bike ride past the protected landscapes, making the most of the region’s bounty.

The beautiful vistas of MALT-protected land you see as you explore the region support our thriving agricultural community, sustain biodiverse habitats, and connect us to our local food and fiber producers.

We hope you will get outside this September and enjoy all the events in Marin (and nearby) throughout the month. Use these buttons to hop to different sections that interest you most.

A dark brown wooden sign stands in a green field with cattle and hills in the background. Sign reads "Protected as farmland forever by the owner and Marin Agricultural Land Trust."

Farm Visits and Tastings

View the days and times of weekly farmers’ markets hosted by the Agricultural Institute of Marin around the Bay Area as well as this list of farmers’ markets sorted by the day of the week.

You can book food and farm tours to visit multiple producers of local food and fiber in one day-trip!

A group of hikers stand with sun hats on and hiking poles in hand, atop a yellow grass hillside, with rolling yellow and green hills in the background. Photo by Jeff Lewis for MALT.

Hikes, Walks, and Rides 

A large crowd of people sit and stand on the entryway steps of the Marin Agricultural Land Trust building in Point Reyes Station for the volunteer orientation. Photo from MALT staff.

Volunteer Opportunities 

Learn more about opportunities to volunteer with MALT!

Two Anna's hummingbirds (a brown female and a fuscia-headed male), being held in the hands of two birders. Photo via Point Blue Conservation Science.

Wildlife and Nature Events

A representative from Sola Bee Honey stands at a booth with jars of honey and a beehive box, talking to two attendees. Photo by Paige Green Photography for MALT.

Markets and Other Family Fun

Cute brown dog lies its head on the keyboard of a laptop. From Lev Akulov at via Flickr Creative Commons.

Online Events

Please double check details for all events in Marin at the links above before venturing out, as MALT is not the event host organization for most of the events listed. Dates, times, fees, or restrictions may change. 


Every time you shop, you can choose to support your local food economy and the farmers and ranchers who help steward this vital landscape. Start today!

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