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The West Marin Feed gained traction as a Facebook page and many of the local followers still find it there. Times have changed and Twitter has taken over as a better news medium, but WMF still posts on Facebook at least two or three times a week.

The best part about Facebook (if there is one) is that there is a lot of really good information that people are able to add to stories in the comments. Unfortunately, you have to go to the Facebook post itself to see these comments, they cannot be imported onto this feed.
 Tuesday, June 7 ,2022 at 1:23pm
I’m away from scanner but sounds like a vegetation fire on Rt1 north of Point Reyes Station. Anyone have info?
 Monday, June 6 ,2022 at 5:03pm
Apparently some people in Inverness got a letter from PG&E that there power we be should off tomorrow (June 7) from 8am to 4pm. Did anyone else receive this notice? Trying to figure out the coverage area.
 Monday, June 6 ,2022 at 10:59am
The WMF Roll Into the Week weekly newsletter is out to get you prepped for the upcoming week in West Marin. This issue covers:

- Record rainfall (2.33" on Mt. Tam) this weekend which helped with fire danger.
- Marin Board of Supervisors meet about climate change mitigation projects.
- PG&E getting a lot of feedback about their E.V.M (Enhanced Vegetation Management) strategy and how many trees are being cut down.
- It was a great Western Weekend Parade on Sunday.
- A story in the New York Times about NIMBYs in Marin. "NIMBYs who used to be viewed as, at best, defenders of their community, and at worst just practical, are now painted as housing hoarders whose efforts have increased racial segregation, deepened wealth inequality and are robbing the next generation of the American dream."

Plus upcoming events and weather.


NYT article (paywall):
 Sunday, June 5 ,2022 at 10:59pm
Scenes from the 2022 Western Weekend Parade.
Cowboy. Hat. Weekend.

More here:
 Sunday, June 5 ,2022 at 9:26am
Steady light ran in Point Reyes Station as the town prepares for the Western Weekend Parade at noon. Going to be a good one today, and how about that RAIN! See you out there!
 Thursday, June 2 ,2022 at 5:23pm
Via North Marin Water District "Construction has begun on a second well at the Gallagher Ranch that will increase the supply of high-quality groundwater to West Marin customers. This new well will avoid the need to use existing wells in Point Reyes Station that are prone to seasonal salt water intrusion. Thanks to California Department of Water Resources for fiscal support and Marin Agricultural Land Trust for working with NMWD to provide conservation efforts. Visit to read the full story on the project."
 Thursday, June 2 ,2022 at 4:39pm
Three fighter jets coming in hot over Inverness. So loud. This is what showed up on the flight tracker.
 Wednesday, June 1 ,2022 at 9:12pm
Bear sighting in Inverness on Monday by Maria Bennett. Maybe don’t leave any food out.
 Tuesday, May 31 ,2022 at 9:40am
A question for local folks. My wife, Dakota Whitney, says that she is unable to make calls on her cel phone on the weekends (we are on Verizon) and she thinks that it's because there are more people out here on the weekends which overwhelms that cellular networks. Others have said they have this experience too. Is this a universal thing? Do folks have degraded cel phone service on the weekends in West Marin?
 Tuesday, May 31 ,2022 at 8:09am
Get your week started off right with the WMF Roll Into the Week email newsletter:

Stinson reacts to short term rentals, some rain and then a heat wave, Western Weekend on the way, a secret beach wedding, Cheda's antique road show and more.

Read then subscribe.

(This couple got married at the beach in Point Reyes over the weekend and everyone around clapped and cheered for them, photo by WMF)
 Sunday, May 29 ,2022 at 8:39am
Going to be windy today and that means a great day to check out all the amazing artists in West Marin at the Point Reyes Open Studios today and tomorrow.
 Friday, May 27 ,2022 at 6:53pm
This 'rare' license plate was found recently on eBay and Hilary Cheda assessed its value for WMF: "The ones that are really rare say Cheda's Chevrolet on top and Pt Reyes Station on the bottom - sold up until the early 80's. We have one here at the garage that was off of our old blue El Camino. The one that was sent to you was sold until the 90's when my grandpa stopped selling Chevrolets and General Motors would no longer allow us to use the name Cheda's Chevrolet. At that point we changed the license plate frames to read Cheda's Garage." (Thx AF for the find)

 Wednesday, May 25 ,2022 at 11:36am
Apparently there was a police chase by Bolinas at Rt. 1 this morning that ended in a crash in Muir Beach. Did anyone see what happened or have any more information? (Thx TB)
 Monday, May 23 ,2022 at 10:01am
The WMF Roll Into the Week newsletter is out today. A lot going on. Warm weather and less wind on the way with temps peaking on Weds. Coyote pee, iconic Jerry Garcia/Grace Slick Bolinas surf house for sale and a rare bird sighting at the Point Reyes Lighthouse.

Read all about it here then subscribe:

Also, COVID is making the rounds again. Here is where you can get free tests. Wear your mask when in public indoor spaces to help keep everyone healthy:

Thursdays, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM, and Upon Request
Bolinas Community Center
14 Wharf Street
Bolinas, CA 94924

Point Reyes Station
Mondays and Wednesdays
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
West Marin Community Services
11431 Highway 1
Point Reyes Station, CA 94956

San Geronimo Valley
Thursdays, 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
The San Geronimo Commons (formerly the golf course)
At the Drive-Thru Food Pantry
5800 Sir Francis Drake Blvd
San Geronimo, CA 94963

Thursdays, 2:00 - 3:00 PM
Tomales Town Hall (Food Pantry)
27150 Highway 1
Tomales, CA 94971

(Photo by AZ/AW)
 Saturday, May 21 ,2022 at 2:39pm
Looking for some mellow bluegrass music? Check out Gilded Age at The Western in Point Reyes Station tonight. 8pm.
 Friday, May 20 ,2022 at 6:45pm
Smoke from the fire in Mendocino County making it down to Tomales Bay in Point Reyes. A visible haze out tonight.

 Friday, May 20 ,2022 at 1:09pm
Someone spotted a coyote going pee at Chicken Ranch Beach in Inverness today. Not necessarily big news, but I don't recall ever seeing something like, especially out in the open like that. (Thx ER)

Also, the WMF Friday newsletter is out if you want to get ready for a packed weekend of local events and catch up with the latest news from the week:

 Thursday, May 19 ,2022 at 7:00pm
UPDATE: Just smoking in green vegetation. Got lucky with this wind — Vegetation fire on top of Drakes Summit Rd in Inverness Park as a result of downed power lines, No further details available at this time.
 Wednesday, May 18 ,2022 at 10:59am
From Sara Jones, Assistant Director, Marin County Community Development Agency, "I’m going to be on KWMR radio at 5 pm today talking about short term rentals (of the AirBnB/VRBO variety) and the proposed moratorium on them in West Marin. You can listen online at KWMR. If you live in, like to visit, or own property in West Marin then tune in!"

You can also stream KWMR from their web site and this show will be archived later if you miss the live version.


Sara Jones Tweet:
 Tuesday, May 17 ,2022 at 1:03pm
Check out this new 'risk factor' calculator to see what the greatest risk is where you live. Surprisingly (to me) was that flooding is a greater risk then fire in Inverness (94937).

Put your zip code in here to find your risk:

Put your location/risk in the comments below if you want to share.
 Saturday, May 14 ,2022 at 9:29am
The big 50th anniversary celebration is happening today at The Dance Palace in Point Reyes Station. Incredible food and entertainment from 3pm to 9:30pm. Be there!
 Wednesday, May 11 ,2022 at 8:35pm
Been awhile since the West Marin Sunset Feed was out. Tonight was a beauty in Point Reyes.
 Monday, May 9 ,2022 at 7:57am
Lots of fawns right now, be careful on the roads. We watched the mother of this very young fawn jump over a fence and leave it stuck by the side of a busy road in Inverness.

The WMF Roll Into the Week email newsletter is out if you want to get prepared for your week. News, events and more:
 Friday, May 6 ,2022 at 2:29pm
"Big news from Marin Community Development Agency:
Our housing strategy has to include both new housing and protection of the existing supply. We're proposing a halt on short-term rentals in West Marin to craft policies balancing visitor and workforce needs. On May 24, the Marin County Board of Supervisors will consider a temporary moratorium on new short-term rentals. The pause aims to stabilize housing supply & study long-term impacts. Existing, registered rentals would not be impacted"

 Thursday, May 5 ,2022 at 9:07am
The elk fawn was not injured. Do not remove animals from the park.

"On Friday evening, 4/29/22, a "concerned citizen" removed an elk fawn from the Tomales Point Elk Preserve fearing that it was gravely injured. The individual took the elk calf to the Marin Humane Society who then transferred it to WildCare. On Saturday, U.S. Park Rangers and biologists from the Point Reyes National Seashore were advised and responded to attempt to reunite the elk with its mother.

Fortunately, just before arriving at Tomales Point, precise GPS coordinates of where the calf was taken from were received. Park staff navigated to this point, through very dense fog, to find a lone female elk passing through the coyote brush and lupine. Staff quickly backed away from the area after the calf was released and the female elk went straight uphill to the calf. After reuniting for several minutes, with plenty of sniffing and licking each other, the two elk slowly trotted off together into the fog."


If you see a sick or injured animal, please leave the animal alone and contact our visitor center at 415-464-5100 for assistance.

Photo courtesy of WildCare
 Wednesday, May 4 ,2022 at 7:57pm
"The saloon keeper who had owned the Old Western in Point Reyes Station since 1977, Judy Borello, died two days ago." This sad news from Dave Mitchell who writes the Sparsely, Sage and Timely blog.

Here is an entry that Dave wrote about the Judy and the moo sound that emanates from the Old Western:
 Wednesday, May 4 ,2022 at 2:23pm
Joshua Jones posted this picture on NextDoor of a bear crossing the road the other night by the Nicasio Reservoir.

 Wednesday, May 4 ,2022 at 12:39pm
Anyone know what was going on in Point Reyes Station around 11:30am? I heard reports of police and helicopter activity, but nothing on PulsePoint.
 Wednesday, May 4 ,2022 at 9:24am
"For Bobbi Loeb, the decision to sign over the home where she raised two children to a land trust was both financial and ideological. In January, the 81-year-old finalized a deal to sell her Point Reyes home at a steep discount to the Community Land Trust of West Marin, better known as CLAM, which buys property off the high-priced private market and converts it into affordable homes. In Loeb’s case, it’s a deal that will allow her to live the rest of her life in the house with no monthly payment, then entrust CLAM to pay it forward to others in need of lower-cost housing."

 Sunday, May 1 ,2022 at 7:18pm
Via CHP Golden Gate Air: "This afternoon, CHP H-30, Henry 1, MCFD, Inverness Fire, and CHP - Marin all responded to a report of two motorcycle riders down near the Point Reyes Lighthouse. Both Henry 1 and H-30 transported critically injured patients to Santa Rosa Memorial."
 Sunday, May 1 ,2022 at 5:21pm
Car went off the road into Lagunitas Creek by Lagunitas.
 Sunday, May 1 ,2022 at 3:36pm
Two motorcyclists down in an accident in Point Reyes.
 Friday, April 29 ,2022 at 8:28am
Friday's WMF Weekend Edition newsletter:

- The wind for the week is over and back to very pleasant weather for the next week. Models are showing a possibility of rain in mid-May.

- Our hearts go out to the family and friends of "Van" Van Der Matten who passed away this month.

- A renovation project at Sacramento Landing, a small beach near Duck Cove where the Tomales Bay Marine Station has hosted scientists and interns since the 1990s, will expand living and laboratory space for years to come. (PRLight)

- CLAM says new residents will move into the project’s 51 affordable units in 2026 at the former Coast Guard property in Point Reyes Station, two years later than its original estimate. (PRLight)

- Kerry Livingston was honored by the Board of Supervisors as “Staff Supervisor of Volunteers of the Year” this week! In her 30+ years, Kerry has fostered multiple generations of volunteers for the Stinson Beach Library.

To get links to these stories and a list of weekend events, read the full newsletter. You can also subscribe to get this in your email inbox.
 Thursday, April 28 ,2022 at 9:17pm
From a local resident, "Question for folks living in Inverness. Ever since that power outage we had two weeks ago, our power clicks on and off a couple of times each our, like a mini power hiccup. Does anyone else notice something similar or is this just our house? We live in Seahaven."
 Tuesday, April 26 ,2022 at 3:36pm
Buckle up. "Breezy onshore winds will continue on Wednesday and peak on Thursday. The strongest winds will be near the coast and in the coastal hills/ridges where gusts may exceed 45 mph."

 Monday, April 25 ,2022 at 3:43pm
Structure fire on Nicasio Valley Rd.
 Sunday, April 24 ,2022 at 10:44am
From a local resident (WMF also had a coyote going through our raccoon distributed garbage in Inverness recently, which we don't see often):

"Stepped out my front door early this morning to find one of my cats squared-off against orange/orange, the colored ear-tagged young coyote that has been in and around Inverness the last few weeks. Chased him down the driveway and quite a ways up Mt Vision, showering him with all the unwelcome vibes I could muster.

I hope-but-doubt the unwelcome energy will really do much to keep him out of my yard and our neighborhood. A gentle reminder to other small pet owners to keep them (and their food bowls) close and/or inside and to be extra vigilant with keeping compost piles and garbage cans from becoming attractive nuisances. Wish the short-term rentals would do a better job in the garbage can department." (Thx TB)

Here's a link to the project that tagged orange/orange two years ago:

Photo: Presidio Trust
 Friday, April 22 ,2022 at 10:23am
Water rescue in Bolinas. Sounds like two boogie boarders pulled out to sea having trouble getting back to shore. Very large swell in the water right now, please use caution at the beaches. Beach hazard warning until 3am on Saturday.
 Thursday, April 21 ,2022 at 7:55pm
Big rainbow energy in Point Reyes this afternoon. Who else got a picture?
 Thursday, April 21 ,2022 at 10:55am
Black/Knuckle Mountain hiding in the clouds in West Marin as we wait for the next round of rain. April showers!
 Monday, April 18 ,2022 at 1:18pm
A GoFundMe campaign has been set up for Tracey Beeman whose house burned down in Olema last month. "At this time donations are the most critical thing needed. Tracy's sister Colleen set up the account. Colleen is getting necessities to Tracy for the time being. She has no storage space for multiple items at this time. In the future when items can be sent I will update everyone. Thank you in advance for any donations that can be made. Your caring thoughts and kind words are so very appreciated at this time."
 Friday, April 15 ,2022 at 8:14am
"The Rollin’ Root is essentially a farmers market on wheels delivering a host of farm-fresh produce to Marin County residents who otherwise might not have access to affordable, nutritious fruits and vegetables."

They just added a new stop in Marshall which will be on Mondays, 11:00am-11:30am at the Hog Island Parking Lot.

The rest of their West Marin stops on Monday are:

9am – 10am
Maine St. & Dillon Beach Rd.
2700 Highway 1, Tomales, CA 94971

12:30pm – 1:30pm
Walnut Place
600 A St, Point Reyes Station

2:30pm – 3:30pm
Pump Espresso Bar
6825 Sir Francis Drake Blvd, Forest Knolls

For more stops and more info, go to:
 Thursday, April 14 ,2022 at 9:52am
PG&E crews working on power lines on SFD in Inverness. One lane. Restoration still set at 3pm.
 Thursday, April 14 ,2022 at 6:53am
Power went out in Inverness around 1:30am and is still out. PG&E estimated time to restoration around 3pm. No word on cause.

 Tuesday, April 12 ,2022 at 6:53pm
"When the staff and students returned to West Marin School in Point Reyes Station yesterday after the spring break time off, they discovered that 17 of the student's Chromebook laptops, along with a teacher's iPad and various other supplies had disappeared. This incident has had a major negative impact, both logistically and psychologically for the school and students. If you have any information about where the missing equipment might have gone, please contact the West Marin School or the Marin County Sheriff. Thank you."
 Sunday, April 10 ,2022 at 9:34pm
via USCGNorCal: "The Unified Command coordinated the tow of the Wan Hai 176, a 564-foot container ship, to anchorage nine in the San Francisco Bay, Sunday evening.

Due to more favorable weather conditions, the Delta Deanna, a 112-foot tug, was able to pass tow lines to the Wan Hai 176’s crew at its anchored location approximately seven miles off the coast of Point Reyes.

Once the lines and anchors were secured, the tug began towing the Wan Hai 176 with the tugs Stacey Foss, Delta Billie, Delta Deanna and Rachel Allen escorting the ship to anchorage nine in the San Francisco Bay.

The Coast Guard Captain of the Port of San Francisco has ordered the ship to remain at the anchorage until the ship’s engines have been fixed and Coast Guard personnel have conducted an inspection of the ship."

That was a close one and I'm guessing people pulled off some heroic efforts to keep that boat from drifting into Point Reyes.


 Saturday, April 9 ,2022 at 8:54pm
"Singapore-flag containership WAN HAI 176 remains stable at anchor northwest of San Francisco Bay (just off Point Reyes). Ship lost engine power 8 April en route to Oakland and drifted in heavy seas. 21 people, 783 containers and 39,000 gallons of fuel are aboard the WAN HAI 187"

Watch this incredible video of the containership in heavy weather with tug boats trying to assist:
 Saturday, April 9 ,2022 at 9:50am
"Greetings from Dream Farm Mushrooms!!

Our traveling farm stand will be back in front of Toby's Feed Barn Tomorrow, Saturday April 9th from 11 am to 3 pm, selling Lions Mane, Blue Oysters, Piopinni, and Black Kind Trumpets.

We are a new woman-owned mushroom farm growing culinary and medicinal mushrooms in Point Reyes. You can find our mushrooms at our traveling farm stand, pre-order for pick-up through our website (coming soon!), or join the wait list for our upcoming “CSA” program (Community Supported Agriculture) to subscribe to a box of mushrooms every week, fortnight, or month. We will also be offering workshops on a variety of topics including growing your own mushrooms at home or in the garden, making extracts, cooking, and more.

Please visit our website at to learn more and get on our wait list for mushroom orders and workshops."
 Saturday, April 9 ,2022 at 8:35am
Here is a what the 564 foot motor vessel WAN HAI 176, that lost motor last night, looks like from the shores of Point Reyes. It’s not moving, so hopefully they anchored it. Howling wind and rough seas.

Haven’t heard any other updates since last night.

 Friday, April 8 ,2022 at 10:20pm
Via USCGNorCal "BREAKING: USCG and CalSpillWatch responding to the 564-foot motor vessel WAN HAI 176 after the vessel reported a power loss and was unable to anchor 7 miles off the coast of Point Reyes, Calif. USCG launched air assets and tugs are en route to assist."

According to Vessel Finder, the status of the boat is 'anchored' so hopefully they got it worked out. A very large swell is filling in right now which I'm guessing isn't helping.


 Thursday, April 7 ,2022 at 10:56am
A local found this fish washed up on the beach today in Point Reyes, anyone know what it is? (Thx AN)
 Saturday, April 2 ,2022 at 9:11pm
Playing the National Park version of Monopoly tonight (which is really fun) and we noticed that Point Reyes didn’t make the cut as one of the properties. It is a Community Chest card however.
 Friday, April 1 ,2022 at 8:59pm
The sirens were for a bad car accident in the park that may have required extraction.
 Friday, April 1 ,2022 at 5:03am
In a surprise decision today, the Coastal Commission announced it had approved a local wind turbine project in Tomales Bay in Inverness just behind the Inverness Store. The wind turbines will be placed there in June supplying up to 4 million KWh per year. While some of this power will be put into the local energy grid, most of it will power a Bitcoin mining farm being set up in some of the unused space in the Inverness Store by the Bitcoin mining company, Riot Blockchain. (Bitcoin mining is an energy-intensive process with customized mining systems that compete to solve mathematical puzzles. The miner who solves the puzzle first is rewarded with bitcoin.)

In a statement by Riot Blockchain, they said "we are excited to start this new relationship with West Mare" and wanted to reach out to the local community by offering a discount on buying cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, $Cats, Nyancoin, Coinye and Dogecoin. Locals will also be allowed to purchase beverages from the Inverness Store's incredible beverage section using Bitcoin. WMF is very excited about this new project and will be releasing its own crytpocurrency called the BurtonCoin which can only be redeemed if Burton ever shaves his beard.
 Thursday, March 31 ,2022 at 4:08pm
This is happening tonight starting at 8:45pm in Point Reyes Station. Meet at the Third & C Street entrance to the wetlands.

WMF did it last month and can't recommend it enough, it will change the way you look at the night sky.

Each month, in concert with the Point Reyes National Seashore, the Point Reyes Station Village Association ( presents a benefit to support its work* to preserve the coastal nightscape. Join astronomy teacher and storyteller extraordinaire Don Jolley under the stars at the Giacomini Wetland to learn the names of planets, stars, constellations and hear spellbinding stories about billions and billions of celestial bodies.

Because local skies are often foggy, we’ll notify participants on the evening of the first clear night before the New Moon each month, and meet at the Third & C Street entrance to the wetlands to walk out toward the barn. (We sit partway up the path to the barn.)

Location: Giacomini Wetlands, Third & C Street, PRS (actual site is on the trail to the barn)
Donation $10-$20. Please bring exact change as it will be dark.
Important: Please be sure we have your private email and phone number so we may contact you on the night of the event.

What to bring:
· Warm clothes
· Chair, blanket, or sleeping roll
· Print out of night sky map with names on it.
· Flashlight prepared as in instructions below or red lamp

(If you bring white flashlight, please turn it off before entering event. We are allowing time for all eyes to dilate.)
· Your curiosity

Flashlight preparation: A headlamp with a red bulb option will work just fine. Or, modify an ordinary flashlight to be red-filtered: Cover the flashlight's lens with masking tape, and color the tape with a red marker, like a Sharpie or red crayon. It may take a few layers of tape and marker to get the light to quiet down. You'll want enough light to read your star chart in the dark, but not so much that it blinds your vision of the stars.

For more information, contact Peggy Day ( or Laura Arndt.
 Wednesday, March 30 ,2022 at 8:42am
Overturned tree trimming truck on Lucas Valley Road a quarter of a mile from 101. Be prepared for delays, plan accordingly. (Thx EH)
 Sunday, March 27 ,2022 at 9:04pm
Theresa Weber posted a heartbreaking story about Tracey Beeman's two dogs, Mo and Molly, who did not survive the house fire on Saturday night in Olema:
 Sunday, March 27 ,2022 at 9:20am
Here is a photo from the structure fire in Olema on Saturday night at a house just south of the Vedanta Retreat on Rt 1. We drove by in the morning and the structure was burned to the ground. Thank you to the first responders, our hearts go out to the owners of the house.


First photo from Marin County Fire, second WMF.
 Saturday, March 26 ,2022 at 7:52am
Update: Now 9am — “Marin County Fire is at scene of a structure fire in the area of the 9700 block of Shoreline Highway in Olema. Shoreline Highway is closed in both directions to all traffic. Anticipated reopening at 8 AM. Please use alternate routs.”

 Friday, March 25 ,2022 at 11:24am
"CA State Parks is saddened to inform the public that the iconic Pioneer Tree at Samuel P. Taylor State Park is no longer standing. The tree was fully engulfed in flames earlier this morning. The Pioneer Tree and Cross Marin Trails are temporarily closed until further notice. Public advised to stay clear of area. The rest of the park remains open.

 Thursday, March 24 ,2022 at 6:02pm
Via Marin County Fire “Crews responded to a vegetation fire that started at 11:30am today at Samuel P. Taylor State Park, on Pioneer Tree Trail. A large Redwood tree, approx. 8 ft in diameter, burned and fell, creating a 100’ x 40’ burn area. This required extensive mop up with large resource commitment. 3 engines and 1 hand crew will remain on scene until 2000 hours tonight (8:00PM). Cause is under investigation.”

 Thursday, March 24 ,2022 at 3:17pm
Elephant seal pup and a great blue heron having a chat today in Point Reyes. "Feed me." would be my guess. (Thx NW)
 Thursday, March 24 ,2022 at 1:32pm
"West Marin will be marching in San Francisco ... along with people all over the world ... to demand climate action now. This call comes from Fridays For Future and Greta Thunberg.

We'll form two carpool caravans -- to save on fossil fuel consumption -- from Whitehouse Pool. Meet there at 7:30 with your Covid test done that morning. Enjoy some goodies donated by Bovine Bakery. Perhaps take a sign prepared by Tomales Bay Youth Center. One caravan will go to the 8:50 Larkspur Ferry, the other to San Francisco.

After arriving at Embarcadero Plaza at 10 AM for the rally, look for the West Marin Climate Action banner. We'll march as one community in downtown SF. Questions or offers to help carpooling: email"

 Thursday, March 24 ,2022 at 1:04pm
"Panoramic Hwy CLOSED at Highway 1/Shoreline - OVERTURNED forklift off of a trailer. AND Northbound Hwy 1/Shorline Hwy is also closed, just north of Panoramic Hwy. Car overturned into a tree, tow truck enroute. Vehicles being turned around and rereouted."

 Friday, March 18 ,2022 at 3:37pm
Sheriff aware of Prius in ditch by White House Pool in Inverness Park. Driver is out and they’re waiting to tow it. No need to check on it or call it in.
 Friday, March 18 ,2022 at 10:13am
A nice community event this evening at Point Reyes Park behind Toby's. The film Microplastic Madness will be shown at 6:30pm. Bring a picnic dinner, some pizza from Cafe Reyes will also be available.
 Thursday, March 17 ,2022 at 8:00pm
“The Worm Moon will shine before dawn Friday. It's the last full moon of winter 2022.” Worm Moon coming up over Tomales Bay.
 Thursday, March 17 ,2022 at 3:05pm
Jesse DeNatale, who is playing this Saturday at the Dance Palace (show is sold out but streaming options still available), is looking for tickets to the show if you happen to have some and can't go. Send WMF a message and I'll connect you.

Here is the link for streaming tickets:

"Join Ramblin’ Jack & Friends for a fun-filled night of music! The show will feature artists Ramblin’ Jack Elliott, Jesse DeNatale, Lowell Levinger and Paul Knight, playing two sets in the Dance Palace Main Hall."
 Wednesday, March 16 ,2022 at 6:51pm
Sounds like very bad accident on Lucas Valley Rd. Lanes going to be closed past Nicasio both ways for awhile, plan accordingly.
 Wednesday, March 16 ,2022 at 4:14pm
Anyone know who the owner of this boat at Shell Two in Inverness is? (Thx BH)
 Monday, March 14 ,2022 at 6:11pm
A rare and welcome rainbow in Inverness this afternoon. (Thx DW)
 Saturday, March 12 ,2022 at 10:37am
Youth baseball is back in West Marin! Opening day parade and ceremonies in Fairfax today for West Marin Little League. If you’re driving by and see a game, stop by and watch a couple of innings. Some of the most beautiful fields around. Elvis and the Pranksters in the house.
 Saturday, March 12 ,2022 at 8:00am
Reminder, there is a big bike ride happening today in West Marin starting from Due West in Olema. Here are the routes. Plan accordingly. Be safe everyone.

 Friday, March 11 ,2022 at 10:37am
A look at the headlines from today's WMF 'Weekend Edition' email newsletter. Click through to get the links, see upcoming events and the weekend forecast. Then subscribe!

- Head's up, there is a big bike ride happening on Saturday, March 12. The Jane Fondo ladies only ride with a 25-mile, 38-mile and 62-mile loop through West Marin and Point Reyes. You can find the map details and more info here.

- Both Kehoe Beach and North Beach have reopened to the public.

- A Marin County Superior Court judge has issued an injunction ordering the cleanup of a Bolinas property used by two spiritual organizations.

- A lot of local faces in this CBS television report about Point Reyes Station trying to become a Dark Sky Reserve.

- Last week, supervisors approved a $57,000 civil engineering contract to determine what kind of new bathrooms could fit on a county-owned parcel near the Coast Guard property, at Mesa and Giacomini Roads in Point Reyes Station.

- The West Marin Meme posted this WMF Mean Tweet video.

- If you have an extra $6M lying around, here is what it will buy you in Inverness.

LINK: https://us6.campaign-archive.c...
 Wednesday, March 9 ,2022 at 12:43pm
Gas prices at record levels in Point Reyes Station. This was last night, they could be higher today.