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Earth Day Offers Bay Area a Chance to Improve Habitat for California’s Most Endangered Salmon

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 12, 2019 Press Contact: Preston Brown Watershed Conservation Director preston@seaturtles.org (303) 877-0880 The Salmon Protection And Watershed Network, or SPAWN, is hosting an Earth Day Salmon…

What SPAWN’s Trail Cams Tell Us About Lagunitas Creek Watershed

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A bobcat travels through a ranch along Sir Francis Drake Boulevard.   LAGUNITAS CREEK–Last winter, SPAWN began regularly releasing footage from our motion- and temperature-activated cameras as part of a fun…

Our Ocean Guardian Partnership with Cascade Canyon School

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Cascade Canyon students observe Lagunitas Creek in Olema, California. The Salmon Protection and Watershed Network, or SPAWN, is Cascade Canyon School's Ocean Guardian Grant partner, and we have had a…

Block Fossil Fuel Lobbyist Bernhardt from Interior Department

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The confirmation hearing for Acting Interior Secretary David Bernhardt is fast-approaching, and we cannot let a long-time fossil fuel lobbyist continue to mismanage our nation's precious natural resources and public…

Before-and-After Photos Show Impressive Progress of Lagunitas Creek Restoration

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OLEMA—After just 10 weeks, a half-mile stretch of Lagunitas Creek on Golden Gate National Recreation Area lands has been transformed from a dilapidated ghost town full of debris to a…

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

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For Immediate Release: February 5, 2019 OLEMA—The Salmon Protection and Watershed Network (SPAWN) recently won a pair of state grants to help restore streamside habitat in Marin County from erosion,…