We protect and sustain the unique lands, waters, and biodiversity of
West Marin through advocacy, education, and engagement.

Founded in 1971, the Environmental Action Committee of West Marin (EAC) is a 501(3)(c) environmental nonprofit 
centrally located in Point Reyes Station, California, the gateway town to the only national seashore on the West Coast.

JOIN OUR MEMBER CIRCLE TODAY!

Join our community of dedicated supporters whose contributions help us to protect and sustain the unique lands, waters and biodiversity of West Marin through advocacy, engagement and education, so generations can experience the wild beauty of our coastal communities for years to come! Gifts are 100% tax-deductible unless noted.
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DOUBLE YOUR IMPACT WITH AN EMPLOYER MATCH

Double your tax-deductible gift and impact for our programs by checking in with your employer to see if they will match your charitable or volunteer contributions. Let us know if we should expect a match through your online donations, or contact us directly. Use this link to see if your employer matches gifts (may not include all workplace giving programs).

WHAT WE DO

Located just an hour from San Francisco, our work focuses on large scale environmental threats facing the unincorporated coastal communities of West Marin from Dillon to Muir beaches. As one of the only local environmental nonprofits taking on multi-year, and sometimes decade-long campaigns to address environmental threats, we provide an essential voice on behalf of the West Marin’s priceless natural resources before many boards, commissions, and agencies of county, state, and federal government in order to protect and sustain our unique lands, waters and biodiversity. Our coastal communities are gateway towns to three national parks, two state parks, county parks, open space, agricultural lands and private land that require intimate knowledge and understanding of policy, science and law to help protect wildlife, habitat, watersheds, wilderness, and the coastline so future generations and can experience and enjoy them for years to come. Often our efforts are not fought over night, so your long-term support and generosity is critical to our ongoing efforts to ensure environmental protection measures are in place and lasting. Thank you for your supporting our efforts. 

QUESTIONS?

Please email Jessica Taylor, Development Director or call the office at (415) 663.9312 for more information. 

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