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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…

Riparian Shrubs for Bird Habitat

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How to Grow a Redwood Tree from Seed

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Click here to view and print this article. The range of coast redwood trees (Sequoia sempervirens) extends from Southern Oregon to Central California. As the name implies, they grow close…
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SPAWN Nursery: The Power of Community Over 20 Years of Propagating Native Plants

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The SPAWN restoration nursery, seaturtles.org/nursery, grew out of the desire to restore creek habitat for coho salmon by utilizing local genetic stock of native plants that were not available in…

Riparian Fencing Project a Success

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During the summer of 2014, SPAWN staff, interns, and numerous volunteers spent many hours building a cattle exclusion fence on the McIssac Ranch located adjacent to our office on the…

Volunteer Pictures from Habitat Restoration Day

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At one of our recent volunteer opportunities, a habitat restoration event was held at our Roy's project site in San Geronimo this past Saturday, we enjoyed a wonderful day. Documenting…