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IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS:

Marin County's Airport Page

June 16 Letter to the Editor (I.J.)

PROMOTIONAL BROCHURE

Economic ImpacT REPORt

Rick Beach's White Paper on Airport finances (with County responses)

 

 

 NOVEMBER 10 BREAKFAST SPEAKER  We'll be joined at our November breakfast by Mike Venturino from the non-profit LightHawk. Mike's a volunteer pilot for the organization, which provides flights to decisionmakers, regulators and journalists to give them a sense of the effects of various actions on the ground. Here's how their website describes their mission:   From the sky, LightHawk unleashes the power of awe, revealed through the windows of a small plane. The awe of flight causes people to see a much bigger picture, far larger than themselves, and (in our case) to do more to help save our environment. The awe that you also believe in reveals the transcendent power of nature. It stirs souls and creates change, for our lands, oceans, coastlines, rivers and wildlife, and you make that happen.    Here’s a recent article  about two local LightHawk volunteer pilots and their very unique mission.  We hope you'll join us and learn more about this very effective and "under the radar" organization and how you might support their mission.

NOVEMBER 10 BREAKFAST SPEAKER

We'll be joined at our November breakfast by Mike Venturino from the non-profit LightHawk. Mike's a volunteer pilot for the organization, which provides flights to decisionmakers, regulators and journalists to give them a sense of the effects of various actions on the ground. Here's how their website describes their mission:

From the sky, LightHawk unleashes the power of awe, revealed through the windows of a small plane. The awe of flight causes people to see a much bigger picture, far larger than themselves, and (in our case) to do more to help save our environment. The awe that you also believe in reveals the transcendent power of nature. It stirs souls and creates change, for our lands, oceans, coastlines, rivers and wildlife, and you make that happen.

Here’s a recent article about two local LightHawk volunteer pilots and their very unique mission.

We hope you'll join us and learn more about this very effective and "under the radar" organization and how you might support their mission.

OCTOBER 6 YOUNG EAGLES DAY

  Here are some photos  from the October 6 Young Eagles’ event at Gnoss Field. What a great day, with 7 pilots and 14 ground volunteers combining to give 45 kids their first flights!  Thanks to EAA Chapter 1232 for organizing this, their 16th annual Young Eagles’ Day at Gnoss.

Here are some photos from the October 6 Young Eagles’ event at Gnoss Field. What a great day, with 7 pilots and 14 ground volunteers combining to give 45 kids their first flights!

Thanks to EAA Chapter 1232 for organizing this, their 16th annual Young Eagles’ Day at Gnoss.

NEWS

GFCA is a non-profit division of the California Pilots' Association. Our Federal Tax ID number is 26-3981435. Calpilots' letter of authorization can be found here.