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.

Take Action!

May 16, 2018

Protect Sea Turtles, Say “No” To Balloons

What We’re Doing

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 Executive Director Inducted Into Highly Exclusive Explorers Club

| California, Cocos Island, Gulf of Mexico, Hawaii, Headquarters, Longlines, Marine Mammals & Seabirds, News Releases, Salmon, Sea Turtles, Sharks | No Comments
In June, Turtle Island Restoration Network Founder and Executive Director Todd Steiner was accepted to The Explorers Club. In June, Turtle Island Restoration Network Founder and Executive Director Todd Steiner…

SPAWN Joins Statewide Effort to Restore Habitat for Western Monarchs

| California, Habitat Restoration & Landowner Assistance, Native Plant Nursery, News Releases, Salmon | No Comments
Download SPAWN's guide to Restoring Habitat for Monarchs in Marin The beloved Monarch butterfly (Danaus plexippus) is experiencing a rapid population decline. In California alone, there were nearly 4.5 million…

The Circle of Life (And Death)

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SPAWN trail cam shows the progression of scavengers who come to pick over a dead deer.

Local Groups to Host July 5 Beach Cleanup in Galveston

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Turtle Island Restoration Network and Galveston Island Brewing will host a beach cleanup on July 5 from 8 to 10am. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 2, 2019 Press Contact: Joanie Steinhaus,…

SPAWN Trailcams Show Diurnality of Multiple Species

| California, Headquarters, Salmon, Wildlife Monitoring | No Comments
A black-tailed deer inspects our trail camera during daytime grazing. Data from SPAWN's five trail cameras reflect when our local fauna are most active. Time of concentrated activity provides information…

Canada Bans Importing, Exporting of Shark Fins

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Canada has become the first country to ban the importing and exporting of shark fins.