On February 21st, a small group of masked and socially distanced BACC board members was thrilled to work with staff from Marin County Parks to remove invasive species and remove trash from the Ring Mountain Preserve. Ring Mountain is a windswept ridge on the Tiburon Peninsula, known in the climbing community for its Split Rock and Turtle Rock formations.
Five volunteers spent 2 hours removing invasive French Broom from an approximately 2,500 square foot hillside behind Split Rock. In addition, we removed several bags of glass and other debris from the most popular trails and surrounding areas of the preserve.
A huge thank you to Marin County Parks for organizing. We can’t wait to host a larger scale event at Ring Mountain when public health regulations allow!