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The social media companies keep changing the rules and messing up the ability to display their content on third party web sites. This is because they want you to stay on their platforms. Twitter is the most recent platform to do this and this is why tweets are no longer showing up on this page.

WMF is aware of the problem and trying to figure alternative solutions.

Thank you for your patience. It is super annoying.
 Thursday, September 28 at 10:46am
Prepare yourself for a looming government shut down which will have an impact on the national parks (Point Reyes National Seashore), park workers and visitors.

"The lack of information has frustrated some business owners and workers as the government’s funding deadline of Sept. 30 ticks closer. Parks that were shuttered under President Barack Obama during a 2013 shutdown were largely left open but unstaffed by President Donald J. Trump during a shutdown five years later.

Now, businesses and mayors say they have little idea what to expect."

 Wednesday, September 27 at 9:59pm
WMF drove out to see a mellow sunset over Point Reyes and on the way back a beautiful almost full moon came up over Tomales Bay
 Monday, September 25 at 5:31pm
Looks like a serious structure fire in Lagunitas.
 Monday, September 25 at 4:58pm
“The Inverness Foundation volunteers are removing highly invasive acacia from their property between the tennis court and Sir Francis Drake Boulevard in Inverness. Acacia are a terrible fire hazard, and many people are allergic to them. The branches will be chipped. Free firewood is available in the tennis court parking lot and at the intersection of Vision Road and Sir Francis Drake Blvd. Bring your chainsaw: some of it is pretty big. Once the acacias are removed, native trees appropriate to the area will be planted.”
 Sunday, September 24 at 10:56pm
Lots of sirens heading up Rt 1 but nothing on pulse point, anyone know what’s going on?
The West Marin Feed is a collection of news, culture and emergency information curated by Christian Anthony specifically for people living in West Marin with a focus on Point Reyes and Inverness.
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