Marin Wildflower Guide!

Marin Agricultural Land Trust Guide to Wildflowers

Thanks to winter’s wet weather, wildflowers are going to be showstoppers this spring! Get the best in blooms with a complimentary Marin Wildflower Guide. The Marin Agricultural Land Trust (MALT) created the guide, with helpful info like what flowers to look for, and the best hiking trails for seeing them.

Marin County is a premier place for scenery festooned by flowers thanks to its serpentine soils, microclimates, and grazing animals like sheep and cows, who help sustain local wildflowers by suppressing non-native grasses.

Now through April, Marin County’s vast miles of open space will dazzle in vibrant florals: poppies on parade, milkmaids making a splash, buttercups strutting, lupine leaping, and plenty more to go wild(flowers) for. It’s a double-rainbow connection for miles! Don’t miss out, get the Marin Wildflower Guide and companion piece on the best hikes for floral bliss. Bloom shakalaka!

Founded in 1980 by environmentalists and ranchers (and the first farmland trust in the nation), Marin Agricultural Land Trust has protected about half of Marin farmland, forever, and also protects ancient redwood trees, coho salmon, red-tail hawk habitat, and wildflowers!

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