Agriculture in West Marin has support from local, state and national politicians, the subject of the next installment in a series next week.
To get more background information and details plan to attend the next discussion series to be held on Tuesday, November 11, from 7 to 8:30 pm at the West Marin School Gym, 11550 State Route 1, Pt. Reyes Station. Speakers Nita Vail, chief executive officer of California Rangeland Trust, and her cousin, Will Woolley, will present a program on working landscapes within units of the National Park Service. They will share the history and stories of their family ranch, the last cattle ranch on Santa Rosa Island, part of Channel Islands National Park. A short question and answer period will follow the presentation. Sponsored by the West Marin Chamber of Commerce, Alliance for Local Sustainable Agriculture (ALSA), and the Marin County Farm Bureau. Free of charge. Spanish language translation provided.”