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Contact: Rebekah Staub, Communications Manager, rstaub@seaturtles.org Great.com Interviews Turtle Island Restoration Network About Ocean Conservation and Protecting Endangered Species Emil Ekvardt from Great.com interviewed Mariano Castro, Turtle Island Restoration Network’s  Latin America Legal & Policy Analyst, as part of their ‘Great.com Talks With…’ podcast. This series is an...

For Immediate Release, February 18, 2021 Contact: Lalli Venkatakrishnan, Center for Biological Diversity, (510) 676-0348, lvenkat@biologicaldiversity.org Annalisa Batanides Tuel, Turtle Island Restoration Network, (408) 621-8113, atuel@seaturtles.org Lawsuit Challenges Federal Failure to Update Marine Mammal Assessments SAN FRANCISCO— Turtle Island Restoration Network  and The Center for Biological Diversity sued the federal...

Contact: Audrey Fusco, Native Plant Nursery Manager, audrey@seaturtles.org    SPAWN Plants Habitat Garden at the San Geronimo Valley Community Center In February 2019 the Salmon Protection And Watershed Network (SPAWN) won a pair of state grants to help restore streamside habitat in Marin County, California to prevent erosion....

Contact: Audrey Fusco, Native Plant Nursery Manager, audrey@seaturtles.org  Students Help SPAWN Grow Narrowleaf Milkweed to Support Declining Monarch Populations To help the western monarch butterfly population bounce back from its sharply declining population, local fourth and fifth grade students at Glenwood Elementary are helping SPAWN grow narrowleaf milkweed...

Contact: Ayano Hayes, Watershed Biologist, ahayes@seaturtles.org  Lack of Rain Causes Competitive Coho Spawning Season Redd Count Remains Below Average and Federal Target Goal for Recovery The Salmon Protection And Watershed Network (SPAWN) has an update on the 2020-21 spawner season, where adult salmon return from the Pacific Ocean back...

Contact: Audrey Fusco, Native Plant Nursery Manager, audrey@seaturtles.org  Marin Academy Expands Yearly Redwood Tree Research Project Each year for the past several years SPAWN has partnered with 11th and 12th grade ecology students at Marin Academy to grow redwood seedlings. The ecology students typically study redwood forest ecology...

Contact: Ayano Hayes, Watershed Biologist, ahayes@seaturtles.org WATCH: Female Steelhead Digs a Redd in Arroyo Creek  During some of the brief storms the Central California Coast experienced this winter, SPAWN staff observed salmon making their way up through the newly restored area of Roy’s Riffles, indicating that fish were...

For Immediate Release, February 8, 2021 Contact: Annalisa Tuel, Advocacy & Policy Manager, atuel@seaturtles.org, 408-621-8113 Senators Reintroduce Bipartisan Bill to End Last Driftnet Fishery in United States Bill banning large mesh drift gillnets passed Congress last year, vetoed by Trump WASHINGTON — U.S. Senators Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.) and Dianne...