Much as Zee Zee was throughout her life, OneTam is a leader and pioneer. The OneTam partnership is an innovative, first-of-a-kind collaboration involving four public agencies representing national, state and county concerns and a local nonprofit partner to help engage the public.

This “Rangers without Borders” initiative involves the  National Park Service, California State Parks, Marin County Parks, the Marin Municipal Watershed District and the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy.  Together, they, with our support, are working to protect and wisely steward the 36,000-acre watershed that flows in all directions from the summit of Mt. Tamalpais to the sea and into the Bay.

By supporting OneTam in Zee Zee’s memory, we can help the watershed and all its precious plants, animals, and communities be more resilient as our climate changes rapidly in the years ahead.   This effort includes Mill Valley’s Bothin Marsh adjacent to Zee Zee’s home at the time of her passing and threatened by climate-driven sea-level rise.

OneTam is a world-class initiative Zee Zee admired and promoted through her work with the Baywood Artists. The Baywood Artists’ exhibits helped increase public awareness of our beloved Mt. Tam and its surrounds and raised substantial financial contributions to advance the important work of OneTam.

You can honor Zee Zee‘s environmental legacy by contributing to the protection of the entire Mt. Tamalpais Watershed and its diverse and vulnerable natural world which was especially dear to Zee Zee‘s heart, by supporting the OneTam Initiative and its parent organization, the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy, at Building 201, Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA 94123, Please include Zee Zee Mott’s name on the donation. You can also give directly on this link.

Tributes & Memorial Gifts | Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy