Marin County's Ring Mountain Gets $240,000 Grant
The 387-acre preserve is home to rare wildflowers and petroglyphs.
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Ring Mountain preserve, a 387-acre Marin County park, will receive $240,000 in a deal just signed with The Nature Conservancy. The money will go toward protecting the area’s rare plants (like the Tiburon mariposa lily) from invasive species and restoring trails.