Inventory and Monitoring at John Muir National Historic Site

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Bright green grass under a canopy of oak trees
Blue Oak Woodland at John Muir National Historic Site

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John Muir National Historic Site is dedicated to memorializing the naturalist and conservationist, John Muir. Located in Martinez, California, northeast of San Francisco, the park encompasses 345 acres including John Muir's house, orchards, and gravesite.

The Mt. Wanda area makes up the majority of the park acreage and is where John Muir used to hike with his daughters. It is characterized by grassland and oak woodland vegetation and contains most of the park's natural resources. Major resource management concerns for the park include fire management, encroachment of invasive species, and forest health.

Inventory and Monitoring Documents

Resource Briefs

Source: Data Store Saved Search 1878. To search for additional information, visit the Data Store.

Protocols

Source: Data Store Saved Search 1877. To search for additional information, visit the Data Store.

Annual Reports

Source: Data Store Saved Search 1875. To search for additional information, visit the Data Store.

Inventory Reports

Source: Data Store Saved Search 1876. To search for additional information, visit the Data Store.

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    Last updated: May 15, 2018