By working with people and communities, we preserve and restore critical habitats like the redwood-forested creekbanks of California to the biodiverse waters of Cocos Island.

Currently, Turtle Island Restoration Network is undertaking our most ambitious habitat restoration project yet, to ensure coho salmon remain part of our ecosystem for generations to come.

Action Alert

May 16, 2018

Protect Sea Turtles, Say “No” To Balloons

What We Do

Ban California Driftnets

May 24, 2018

End Longline Overfishing

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Create the Cocos-Galapagos Swimway

May 23, 2018

Protect Nesting Beaches

May 23, 2018

Lagunitas Creek Floodplain & Riparian Restoration Project

April 18, 2018

Latest News

TIRN Announces New Dates for Cocos Island Dive Expeditions

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Turtle Island Restoration Network (TIRN) has announced new dates for their yearly live-aboard dive expeditions to Cocos Island National Park, Costa Rica. During early August 2020 and late November 2020,…

‘Ike Dike’ Proposal Contains Incorrect Data About Resident Sea Turtles

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Current placement of the coastal barrier system would negatively impact 15 threatened and endangered species Turtle Island Restoration Network (TIRN) has sent a letter to the United States Army Corps…

SPAWN Wins Two State Grants to Help Marin Homeowners Restore Streamside Property

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For Immediate Release: February 5, 2019 OLEMA—The Salmon Protection and Watershed Network (SPAWN) recently won a pair of state grants to help restore streamside habitat in Marin County from erosion,…

SPAWN Encourages Marin Supervisors to Conserve San Geronimo Valley Golf Course Land

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For Immediate Release: January 29, 2019 SAN RAFAEL—Today the Marin County Board of Supervisors considered a petition for the San Geronimo Valley Golf Course property. The Salmon Protection and Watershed…

Local Elementary Schools Help SPAWN Seed Redwood Trees

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In early December, students in the 4th/5th combo class and the 7th grade class at Cascade Canyon Elementary School (Fairfax) joined the Salmon Protection and Watershed Network (SPAWN) at Samuel…
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Report: Volunteer Divers, Scientists Tag Sharks on December Cocos Expedition

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In December, a crew of volunteer divers, marine biologists, scientists, and dive masters joined Turtle Island Restoration Network (TIRN) on one of the organization’s yearly research expeditions to Cocos Island…