Each year, SPAWN volunteers contribute hundreds of hours towards restoring streamside habitat in our community throughout the Lagunitas Creek Watershed. Join us!

From our weekly Native Plant Nursery Days to our Seed Collection Hikes and Restoration Workdays, our work relies on volunteers of all backgrounds to restore and re-create riparian habitat that provides much needed shade for young salmon and trout in our local waterways.

Our Native Plan Nursery, launched in 2006, is run with the energy and passion of local community members.  Join us every Friday from 10am – 1pm to prepare seeds, sow and tend native plants ranging from ferns to redwoods. The native plants you tend will be used for local stream restoration projects!

Our local stream restoration projects involve propagating native trees to reforest Lagunitas Creek and sequester carbon; restoring one mile of Lagunitas Creek in partnership with the National Park Service; replanting areas of the San Geronimo Golf Course and Samuel P. Taylor State Park; restoring recreational trails in partnership with local land agencies; and planting redwoods to restore a former cement plant along the creek. Join us!

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