Turtle Island Restoration Network

Forest Knolls, California, United States

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Turtle Island Restoration Network works to mobilize people in local communities around the world to protect marine wildlife and the oceans and inland watersheds that sustain them. Their work is buoyed by thousands of supporters, volunteers and pro bono professionals, who help extend their network around the globe.

Upcoming Events

Grow Native Plants for Coho Salmon — Turtle Island Restoration Network

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Grow Native Plants for Coho Salmon

Turtle Island Restoration Network

Help tend to native plants and seeds used to restore coho salmon habitat throughout Marin County’s Lagunitas Creek Watershed. Join us at SPAWN’s Native Plant Nursery between 10am and 1pm. Activites include preparing seeds, sowing and tending native plants ranging from ferns to redwoods. The native plants you tend will

Salmon Habitat Restoration Day — Turtle Island Restoration Network

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Salmon Habitat Restoration Day

Turtle Island Restoration Network

Help maintain coho salmon habitat restoration sites throughout Marin County’s Laguintas Creek Watershed. Join us at SPAWN headquarters, the site of the recently complete Tocaloma floodplain project, between 10am and 2pm. We will be working together to water native plants and trees, remove invasive plant species, and more.

Cocos Island Dive Expeditions — Turtle Island Restoration Network

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Cocos Island Dive Expeditions

Turtle Island Restoration Network

Turtle Island Restoration Network is looking for experienced scuba divers to join their research team in Cocos Island National Park. Led by Todd Steiner, biologist and member of The Explorers Club, expedition participants will join three fantastic dives each day, diving among schooling hammerheads, Galapagos sharks, rays, and schools of

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