Save the last of California’s wild coho salmon and their beautiful watershed home in the Lagunitas Creek Watershed of West Marin by donating your vehicle to Salmon Protection and Watershed Network (SPAWN). SPAWN restores creekside habitat with native plants and the help of hundreds of volunteers, monitors salmon populations and habitat, educates young people and empowers people to fight for wild salmon through grassroots empowerment and advocacy.
The population of wild Central California Coast coho salmon has declined more than 95 percent from historic levels, and it is now listed as endangered under the Federal Endangered Species Act. The Lagunitas Creek Watershed is one of the most important waterways left for these wild coho salmon, supporting 10 to 20 percent of the surviving fish.
In order to save these salmon, SPAWN restores creekside habitat in the Lagunitas Creek Watershed with the help of hundreds of volunteers, by removing invasive species and planting native species grown locally in our native plant nursery, monitoring water quality and collecting data on the coho population in the creeks. Learn more at