Dear Friend,

We've seen some unusual salmon, fought to rewild a golf course (and won), and planned some exciting creekwalks (get ready for otters!). We couldn't have done this without your support. Thanks for helping us fight for a blue-green planet!

We've got a lot of good news for you this month:

We did it!

Together, we generated over 1,800 individual supporter letters to Marin County Supervisors and scores of people showed up to testify at the hearing.

Rains Bring Highly Unusual Salmon Sightings in Marin

Four species of salmon have entered Marin County’s Lagunitas Creek to mark the beginning of the spawning season. Rain isn't in the forecast for several weeks now...

Join SPAWN Naturalists on a Creekwalk

Our otter friends are back again. Join us on a creekwalk this winter and learn all about them, coho salmon and the other creatures that call this watershed home.

Give A Unique Gift: A Redwood Tree

The gift that keeps on giving. 


Volunteer Opportunities

  • January 13 and January 20: Plant redwood trees with us. Location and exact times TBD. Interested? Contact
  • Every Friday, 10 AM - 2 PM: Nursery Volunteer Day Meet at our office in Olema, CA and help care for thousands of native plants and then take a stroll with us as we collect wild seeds. Please join us for a great time with very skilled botanists.

Happy holidays,

Todd Steiner, Executive Director
Turtle Island Restoration Network

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Turtle Island Restoration Network
PO Box 370, Forest Knolls, CA 94933

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