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5 Ways to be Salmon-Friendly in 2021

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We’ve reached a critical moment to take action for endangered, wild coho salmon and the forests and watersheds they need to survive. But we can't do it alone. From keeping…

How to Grow a Redwood Tree from Seed

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The range of coast redwood trees (Sequoia sempervirens) extends from Southern Oregon to Central California. As the name implies, they grow close to the coast, never growing naturally more than…

Salmon Sightings Mark Beginning of Spawning Season in Marin County

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For Immediate Release, December 21, 2020 Contact: Todd Steiner, tsteiner@seaturtles.org, 415-488-7652 Salmon Sightings Mark Beginning of Spawning Season in Marin County FOREST KNOLLS, Calif. — The Salmon Protection And Watershed…

Where to See Salmon Spawn in Marin County, California

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Despite being listed as critically endangered under the U.S. Endangered Species Act, coho salmon and steelhead trout are still found in Marin County, California. The largest run of coho salmon…

100-Year-Old Dam Removed From Former Golf Course for Salmon Migration

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For Immediate Release, December 8, 2020 Contacts: Preston Brown, Director of Watershed Conservation, 303-877-0880 Todd Steiner, Executive Director, 415-488-7652 100-Year-Old Dam Removed From Former Golf Course for Salmon Migration New…

Salmon Spawning Season in Marin County Starts Late

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For Immediate Release, December 7, 2020 Contact: Preston Brown, Director of Watershed Conservation, 303-877-0880 Salmon Spawning Season in Marin County Starts Late OLEMA, Calif. — The salmon spawning season in…