We advocate for salmon-friendly policies to protect California’s most important run of endangered coho salmon, located in Marin County’s Lagunitas Creek Watershed.

The population of Central California Coast coho salmon has declined more than 95 percent from historic levels, and are now listed as ‘endangered’ under the Federal Endangered Species Act.

Through advocacy, stream protection, and legal action, we’re taking action to ensure the Marin County Board of Supervisors make salmon a priority and take action before it’s too late!

Join us in using science and people power to restore creeks, rescue fish, and change policy.

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January 11, 2024

Free Habitat Enhancement Consultations and Plants for Creekside Properties

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SPAWN offers free habitat enhancement consultations for residents living on creekside properties in the San Geronimo Valley.

Free Habitat Enhancement Consultations and Plants for Creekside Properties

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SPAWN offers free habitat enhancement consultations for residents living on creekside properties in the San Geronimo Valley. Providing appropriate habitat to wildlife along riparian corridors keeps ecosystems healthy, benefiting homeowners…

Creek Walk Registration 2023-24

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SPAWN will be holding Creek Walks again this winter and dates and times are now available for registration!  We will look for these majestic fish together within the redwood forest and…

Largest Dam Removal Project In the World Underway On the Klamath River

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Written by Preston Brown, Photos Courtesy of the Klamath River Renewal Corporation Roughly 350 miles north of Lagunitas Creek in northern California, the largest dam removal project to-date in the…