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Seed Collection Walks with Volunteers

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On the first Friday of each month Audrey Fusco, SPAWN Nursery Manager, leads the nursery volunteer group on a seed collection hike from 2 PM to 4 PM. Seed collection…

Monarchs Arrive from Milkweed Program

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Through our Tropical Milkweed Trade-Out Program, we are growing narrow-leaf milkweed with 4th graders at several elementary schools in Marin County. The Salmon Protection And Watershed Network (SPAWN) supplies milkweed…

SPAWN highlighted by American Society of Civil Engineers

| California, Coho Salmon, Habitat Restoration & Landowner Assistance, Salmon | No Comments
Some of the recent work SPAWN has been involved with was highlighted in the American Society of Civil Engineers’ News and Information Hub. The work done at the former San…

National Park Service Smolt Report Shows Big Numbers

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In a recent update to their annual smolt report, the National Park Service (NPS) provided encouraging news for salmon lovers. From mid-March through late May, they are at Olema and…

National Park Service Shares Good News of Pine Gulch Creek

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In a recent post by the National Park Service (NPS), good news from Marin County was shared involving juvenile coho. For the second consecutive summer, they found juvenile coho salmon…

Summer Interns and Residential Intern Spotlight

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Summer interns, George Lyons and Andrew Notter, and residential intern, Max Keetch, have been working hard as we enter these summer months. They have had their hand in many responsibilities, including caring…