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Endangered Species Day Activity

Reminder that tomorrow (Fri May 18th) is Endangered Species Day!

The U.S. Senate unanimously passed a resolution supporting Endangered Species Day, a national celebration of American’s commitment to  protecting and recovering our nation’s endangered species.In solidarity with groups across the nation working to protect and restore endangered species, SPAWNers will gather to take local action in support of salmon and the healthy watersheds they require for survival.

WHEN:  Friday May 18th from 10AM – 2PM

WHERE:  Meet at Roy’s Pools on the San Geronimo Golf Course.

WHAT: We will carpool to a fish rescue site and then return to Roy’s Pools to plant alders, elk clover and torrent sedge at our San Geronimo Creek restoration site.

To RSVP contact Natalie at Natalie@tirn.net, 488-0370 x112
Spontaneous participation also welcome.

Think globally and act locally, join us on to help protect and restore watersheds that are home to Marin’s endangered coho salmon and threatened steelhead trout.  Whether you help plant trees along the creek, rescue baby salmon from drying creeks, get petitions signed (from work or home) or help prepare festival materials for upcoming summer street parades…. you can make a difference!

Get involved!

Paola Bouley
Watershed Biologist
Salmon Protection and Watershed Network (SPAWN)
a project of Turtle Island Restoration Network