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SPAWN Wins Two State Grants to Help Marin Homeowners Restore Streamside Property

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SPAWN places numerous fallen trees, logs, and rootballs in San Geronimo Creek to restore critical habitat for salmon and protect streambanks against erosion that is threatening homes. For Immediate Release:…

Volunteer Spotlight: Guy Thomas

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SPAWN volunteer Guy Thomas builds new benches for one of our shade houses in the nursery. Volunteers are an integral part of the work we do here at Turtle Island…

WATCH: Bringing Back the Salmon Film by Lori Eanes

| California, Coho Salmon, Habitat Restoration & Landowner Assistance, Headquarters, Native Plant Nursery, Salmon, Tocaloma Floodplain Restoration Project | No Comments
A recently released video produced by Lori Eanes Photography  highlights Turtle Island Restoration Network's California-based initiative, the Salmon Protection and Watershed Network (SPAWN), and their project  to restore a half-mile stretch of…

Eagle Scout Leads Invasive Plant Removal Project

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Eagle Scout troop 76 recently joined us to help out with habitat restoration at our Tocaloma floodplain project site 2. Scout Grisha Driscoll organized and led a two-day long event…

Volunteer Spotlight: Annika Abbott

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SPAWN volunteer and intern Annika Abbott tends to native plants in our nursery. Volunteers are an integral part of the work we do here at Turtle Island Restoration Network. In…

Marin County Court Rejects Attempt to Suspend Salmon Restoration Project on Former San Geronimo Golf Course

| California, Habitat Restoration & Landowner Assistance, News Releases, Roy's Pools, Roy's Pools Restoration Project, Salmon | No Comments
For Immediate Release, July 31, 2020 Contacts Todd Steiner, SPAWN, 415-488-7652, tsteiner@seaturtles.org Deborah Sivas, Stanford Law, 650-269-2489, dsivas@standford.edu  Preston Brown, SPAWN, 303-877-0880, preston@seaturtles.org  Marin County Court Rejects Attempt to Suspend…