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Marin County Poised to Adopt Overdue Stream Conservation Ordinance

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  For Immediate Release: May 16, 2022 Contact: Scott Webb, (707) 921-8211, swebb@tirn.net, Turtle Island Restoration Network Preston Brown, (303) 877-0880, preston@tirn.net, Turtle Island Restoration Network Peter J. Broderick, (503)…

Update on Roy’s Riffles Restoration Site

| California, Coho Salmon, Roy's Pools Restoration Project, Salmon | No Comments
Over the last several weeks, the floodplains and graded slopes that were shaped and sculpted just last fall are now alive with thick native grasses, flowers, and understory shrubs. Trees…

New Project for SPAWN Upcoming

| California, Habitat Restoration & Landowner Assistance, Salmon | No Comments
SPAWN is pursuing a sediment reduction project on GGNRA ranch lands to upgrade roads and improve road drainage networks. This will result in better watershed hydrology, reduction in sediment, removal…

Pollinator Power: 200 Narrow-leaf Milkweed Plants Given Away

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One of the factors contributing to the decline of the Western monarchs is a lack of milkweed; milkweed is the only host plant that monarchs can use for reproduction. Because…

Salmon Habitat Restoration Projects Enhance Habitat for Pollinators

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This was originally submitted for publication in Forest and River News, Spring 2022 edition. You can find Forest and River News here. The Salmon Protection and Watershed Network (SPAWN) focuses…

Volunteer Power: Habitat Restoration at Roy’s

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On Saturday, March 19th, more than 30 volunteers came out to help with revegetation of our newest project site at Roy’s Riffles. Groups came out to help from Salesforce and…