Marin Retirement Community Steps Up Efforts to Reduce Environmental Impact


GREENBRAE, Calif., July 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Sea Tamalpaisa non-profit seniors’ community, provides seniors with opportunities for healthy aging by offering a wide range of programs that contribute to social, intellectual and environmental well-being.

Residents can choose their activity level and engage in activities that match their interests. Diana Richmond, a resident of The Tamalpais for five years, has found plenty of opportunities to connect with members of her community and her schedule is full of commitments. For Diana, being environmentally conscious has been a lifelong commitment.

Diana, along with the members of her environmental committee, are actively involved in reducing The Tamalpais’ impact on the environment. “The Tamalpais recently added an electric vehicle for resident transportation and four charging stations are available for the growing number of electric vehicles,” Diana said. “I would like our community to be as energy neutral as possible.”

Being stewards of the environment is important to the people who live and work in Tamalpais Marin. Through its composting, recycling and food waste management programs, everyone can participate in diverting waste and pollutants from landfills.

However, no other environmental initiative generates more smiles than goats grazing on community land, helping to create a defensible space to mitigate the danger of fire.

To experience what life is like in Tamalpais Marin, join us for an outdoor gathering on August 24 for an end of summer luau! Meet our chef, taste our cuisine and meet the people who live in this community. To RSVP, Click here.

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About Tamalpais Marine

The Sea Tamalpaisowned and operated by a non-profit organization living sequoiais Marin County only accredited Life Plan retirement community offering a continuum of care for seniors in the Bay Area with independent and supported living, memory care and skilled nursing. Residents enjoy outings, special events, music, art and cultural activities. Getting older is not the last chapter — it’s the start of a new adventure where we never stop growing.

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