Thirty conservation and fishing organizations are calling for better protections for Marin's endangered, wild coho salmon. Join Us!
In an escalating campaign to pressure Marin County supervisors to protect endangered coho salmon from extinction, twenty-two conservation and fishing organizations from across the Western U.S. placed a full-page in a local newspaper calling for immediate adoption of a strong stream conservation ordinance that puts salmon first. The full-age ad ran two days before a public hearing on a new county streamside conservation ordinance scheduled for 10:30 am Tuesday, Oct. 1, at the Marin County Civic Center in San Rafael, CA. To read the full-page ad signed by 22 organizations, which ran on September 29, see below or to download a copy click here. Our coalition has recently grown to represent thirty organizations, and our updated ad is below!
Help Save Marin's Wild Endangered Coho Salmon - Take Action Now!
There are four simple things that you can do to help:
1. Call your Supervisor at (415) 473-7331 and demand science-based streamside protections. Tell your Supervisor not to change the Countywide Plan, which would cost taxpayers and roll back hard-won protections.
2. Click here to send an auto-email to Marin supervisors asking them to enact a science-based ordinance to protect Marin's salmon creeks.
4. If you can, please support this cooperative effort to protect the Lagunitas Creek Watershed's wild, endangered coho in Marin with a tax-deductible contribution. See below.
Please take action NOW to save Marin's Coho salmon. The alternative is extinction!
For more background and information on why we need better salmon protections, please click here.