Due to overharvesting, only five percent of the original old-growth coast redwood trees remain. The loss of coastal redwoods in California impacts critically endangered coho salmon and other species.

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Redwoods Updates

Local Elementary Schools Help SPAWN Seed Redwood Trees

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In early December, students in the 4th/5th combo class and the 7th grade class at Cascade Canyon Elementary School (Fairfax) joined the Salmon Protection and Watershed Network (SPAWN) at Samuel…

Volunteers Plant Redwood Groves in Nicasio to Fight Climate Change

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About 25 volunteers helped plant 325 redwood trees and companion plants on two properties in Nicasio to restore diverse, resilient ecosystems. The effort is part of 10,000 Redwoods, a project…

Help SPAWN Match a $50,000 Donation

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A generous resident of West Marin has recently given SPAWN a wonderful new opportunity to help save Coho salmon: offering to match any contribution made to Salmon Protection and Watershed…

TIRN Asks Point Reyes National Seashore to Provide Scientific Evidence of Cattle Grazing Impacts

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Turtle Island Restoration Network has sent a letter to Point Reyes National Seashore  (PRNS) to comment on its Environmental Impact Statement (GIS) for the General Management Plan (GMP) amendment for lease lands…

First Hard Rainfall Marks Beginning of Spawning Season, Creekwalk Tours for Critically Endangered Coho Salmon

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For Immediate Release: November 29, 2018 Marin County, CA — The Salmon Protection and Watershed Network (SPAWN) is offering the Bay Area community an opportunity to experience one of Marin…

Free Habitat Enhancement Consultations for Creekside Properties

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SPAWN is offering free habitat enhancement consultations for homeowners living on creekside properties in the San Geronimo Valley.  (more…)