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Largest Dam Removal Project In the World Underway On the Klamath River

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Written by Preston Brown, Photos Courtesy of the Klamath River Renewal Corporation Roughly 350 miles north of Lagunitas Creek in northern California, the largest dam removal project to-date in the…

Big Thank You to The Pasha Group for Volunteering with SPAWN!

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A group of 25 volunteers joined us from The Pasha Group, a transportation business headquartered in San Rafael, to help remove invasive plants from our Tocaloma floodplain restoration site on…

Smolt Migration Update Looking Positive

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It has been an amazing season so far for smolt migration out of the San Geronimo Creek Watershed and the Lagunitas Watershed as a whole. We're close to a total…

SPAWN Highlighted in Local News

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The efforts of SPAWN in the North Bay were recently highlighted in the local news! CBS News’ Kenny Choi visited Marin County to see the work being performed, and SPAWN’s…

SPAWN Featured in Local Panel Discussion

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Monarchs breed and overwinter in Marin, and their population has come back in stronger numbers, due to habitat enhancement and re-establishment. Audrey Fusco, Nursery Manager & Restoration Ecologist, played a…

Gardening for Western Monarchs and Other Butterflies

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