This season a total of 271 coho redds were observed throughout our watershed. Read more about what this number means for...
Location: West Marin County, California
Protects endangered, wild coho salmon and the habitat they need to survive in West Marin.
The Salmon Protection and Watershed Network – SPAWN – protects endangered, wild coho salmon and the forests and watersheds they need to survive in West Marin. SPAWN was initiated as part of Turtle Island Restoration Network in 1997. We engage hundreds of people each year to see and learn about the majestic endangered salmon, restore watershed habitat, raise native redwood trees, and study salmon health. With the support of thousands of activists, we are also making strides towards fish-friendly development policies to help the salmon survive and thrive. Join us today!
Volunteer to Restore Redwood Forests and Coho Salmon Habitat in Marin County, California
Join us in the field or in our native plant nursery to grow, tend to and care for native plants used to restore salmon habitat in the Lagunitas Watershed! A great way to spend time outside learning from local naturalists about our native ecosystems. Visit our Event Calendar or email our staff to find out details about where we will be working and how you can get involved.
- Coho Salmon Habitat: Preston Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Native Plant Nursery: Audrey Fusco at email@example.com
Join us in advocating for salmon-friendly policies to protect California’s most important run of Endangered coho salmon, located in Marin County’s Lagunitas Creek Watershed.
Sign up for our naturalist training classes, join a naturalist-led creek walk or seed collection hike, or learn about native plants by volunteering in our plant nursery. Arrange for a special event f...
Get involved in monitoring the health of our salmon populations and watershed working alongside our watershed biologists.
Action & Events
Sign our petition today to fight against Trump's rollback on pesticide protections.
Help us tell the Marin County Board of Supervisors to make salmon a priority and to take action before it is too late!
Smolt Monitoring Program 2017 Calling all citizen scientists! For more than a decade, Salmon Protection and Watershed Network (SPAWN) has monitored the out-migration of smolt
On January 4, 2018 the Trust for Public Land closed escrow on the San Geronimo Golf Course, despite efforts by golfers and others to prevent the purch...
Forests play a major role in reducing the negative effects of ocean acidification, by absorbing and tying up carbon.
Join our Coho Photo Campaign! Easy as 1,2,3….. 1) Take a photo holding up a sign that says why you think it is imp...
The Coho-Friendly Habitat and Operations Plan for the San Geronimo Golf Course is a planning document for the golf cour...