Salmon Protection and Watershed Network Monthly eNews January 2018

Amazing Coho!

Our education specialist, Catie Clune, captured this amazing coho footage recently. Watch it on our YouTube channel. With more rain, we hope to see more coho.

Take a Creekwalk with SPAWN Naturalists

Join us on a creekwalk this winter and learn all about coho salmon and the other creatures that call this watershed home. Kid-friendly. 

Golf Course Sale Has Been Completed

On January 4, 2018 the Trust for Public Land closed escrow on the San Geronimo Golf Course.

Otters in Lagunitas Creek

Otter scurry down to the creek in the New Year. Watch the video on our Facebook page

New Year: New Redwood Tree

The gift that keeps on giving.


Volunteer Opportunities

  • January 13 and January 27: Plant Redwood Trees Join us as we plant redwood trees which will restore and re-create riparian habitat that provides much needed shade for young salmon and trout in our local waterways. Redwoods also fight climate change. Activities involve bending, digging and carrying water. Visit our Facebook page or email preston@tirn.net.
  • January 27: Riparian Habitat Planting Join us as we restore and re-create riparian habitat that provides much needed shade for young salmon and trout in our local waterways. Activities involve bending, digging and carrying water. Visit our Facebook page or email preston@tirn.net.
  • Every Friday, 10am - 2pm: Nursery Volunteer Day Meet at our headquarters 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 2018,

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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