Plan to Conserve Marin’s Biodiversity and Reduce Wildfires Moves Forward

Oct 11, 2016

For nearly a decade Marin County’s Open Space District has been working on a plan to better manage the vegetation and biodiversity on its land. That includes more than 30 preserves and nearly 16,000 acres. KRCB’s Tiffany Camhi reports the plan gained approval from the county’s Open Space Commission this week.

The Tiburon Mariposa Lily only grows on Ring Mountain. Pictured here is the flower's pod.
Credit Tiffany Camhi

You can find out more about the Vegetation and Biodiversity Management Plan here.