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Promoting a Sustainable World through Environmental Education

The goal of Environmental Forum of Marin is to conduct educational programs on environmental issues, provide continuing education for its members and the public, and influence decision-making. 

Membership Renewal

If you have not yet done so, please renew your 2014 membership and you can attend the 2014 Lecture Series for free. 

Educational Programs

The Environmental Forum provides two excellent opportunities to become an informed and inspired leader in the environmental and sustainability movement.

Lecture Series

The Lecture Series is a dynamic look at some of today's most pressing environmental challenges. Speakers review the science underlying specific topics and explore what we can do as individuals to meet the challenges facing us.

Lecture Series 2014 will take a close look at Fracking, Sea Level Rise, Wildfires, and Transportation and Land Use. This is education for action. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of the environmental changes we are facing, feel inspired to meet the challenges presented by these changes, and leave with greater confidence in making choices which benefit the environment.

Lecture Series 2014 began on January 29th.

Master Class

The Master Class is an ideal course for individuals seeking to deepen their knowledge of environmental issues and those looking to enhance professional credentials regarding sustainability. Master Class is a comprehensive multi–week series of classes and field trips focused on the natural world, human impact on the environment, advocacy training, and completion of a stewardship project.

The next Master Class begins August 2014.


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Rebels With a Cause

A one hour documentary, featuring two of the Forum's founders, premiering on PBS stations during April in celebration of Earth Day.

How a small regional over land grew into America's legacy of National seashores, Parks and Recreation Areas.

The program is narrated by, Academy Award winning actress France McDormand this tale about activists who despite reversals, diversion, and disappointments persist in their mission for more than twenty years and foster a national movement to preserve space and shape the environmental movement of today. 

KRCB: Mon., Apr. 22, 9:00pm
KQED: Sun., Apr. 20, 6:00pm & Wed., Apr. 3, 11:00am
KQED Life: Fri., Apr. 25, 10:00pm
KVIE: Mon., Apr., 21, 3:00pm & Tue., Apr. 22, 1:00pm


Our Members in Action

As advocates for the natural world, we are proud of the various projects our members are working onPlease take a look!

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