Creek Walk Tours!

Salmon Spawning Season is here – Join us for a SPAWN Creek Walk Tour!

With the first hard rains in the watershed comes the beginning of spawning season for Coho salmon. SPAWN-trained naturalists lead creek walks to explore the majesty of the Lagunitas Creek Watershed. Join us to tour the watershed and learn all about the ecology of our endangered native population of Coho salmon. In addition, learn about native plants and animals, the natural history of the watershed, and anything else we encounter along the way.

Creek Walks are held from 10 am to 1 pm.

Upcoming walks will be held on:

Space is limited and registration is required. Click on the dates above to register.

Members: Creek walks are free for SPAWN members!

$10 per person donation requested
$30 Turtle Island Membership – includes a free creek walk for a family of four
$30 Turtle Island Membership – includes a free creek walk for one and a SPAWN t-shirt
FREE  – With a campsite reservation at Samuel P. Taylor – please see onsite Park Ranger for detail.

For questions contact: Education Specialist Catie Clune, email: catie@spawnusa.org  phone: (415) 663-8590

Naturalist Training

The SPAWN California Naturalist Training Course will introduce you to the interwoven wonders of the unique ecology and natural history of the Lagunitas Creek Watershed and engage you in direct stewardship actions. The 40-hour course will utilize a combination of science curriculum, guest lecturers, field trips and project based learning to immerse you in the natural world of California. Expert instructors will uncover strategies to continue conservation of biodiversity in the Lagunitas Creek, and all, California watersheds. Transferable UC college credits or Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are available to participants for an additional fee.

Fall 2015 Meeting Days & Times:

Ten weekly classroom lessons
Wednesdays from 6:30-9:00pm at Sir Francis Drake High School

Oct. 7,14,21,28
Nov. 4,11,18
Dec. 2,9,16

Three Saturday immersive field seminars
Oct.17th, Nov. 7th and Nov. 21st