Add Your Name: Save Marin County's Coho Salmon From Extinction

Marin County's Lagunitas Creek Watershed is one of the most important waterways left for critically endangered Central California Coast coho salmon, supporting 10 to 20 percent of surviving fish.

The Marin County Board of Supervisors can ensure protections for the coho salmon that depend on Marin's streams for their continued existence by passing a science-based, common-sense Streamside Conservation Area Ordinance.

But after decades of inaction, the lack of an ordinance has allowed salmon habitat to continuously be damaged and degraded.

Please add your name, asking the Board to take action for salmon before it's too late.


Dear Marin County Board of Supervisors,

Please pass a science-based, common-sense Streamside Conservation Area Ordinance to ensure protections for the endangered coho salmon and other protected species that depend on Marin County’s streams for their continued existence.

Lagunitas Creek Watershed is one of the most important waterways left for critically endangered Central California Coast coho salmon, supporting 10 to 20 percent of surviving fish. But the lack of an ordinance has allowed salmon habitat to continuously be damaged and degraded.

Please pass a streamside ordinance to protect our coho. Future generations will thank you for fighting to protect Marin’s coho salmon and to expand their chances for recovery to sustainable population levels—the alternative is extinction. 


 

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