SPAWN Creekwalk Naturalist Training - Coho Salmon Conservation Interpretation- an Advanced Training with the California Naturalist program - November 9 & 10, 2013.
We are very pleased to offer our traditional SPAWN Creekwalk Naturalist Training this year in partnership with the University of California Extention as "Coho Salmon Conservation Interpretation- Advanced Training for California Naturalists!"
SPAWN will introduce you to the amazing story of the conservation of endangered coho salmon in Lagunitas Creek, their biology and many ecological connections, and the natural history of the watershed during two days of classroom and field instruction. Expert instructors will teach you the important details of the life-history of our endangered Central Coast coho salmon and share SPAWN's award-winning strategies to continue conservation of coho in the Lagunitas Creek, and all California watersheds. This course provides participants the skills and knowlede to serve as volunteer SPAWN Naturalists and leaders of our popular Creekwalk interpretive program to view spawning coho salmon during the winter months! Click here for more information.
Meeting Days & Times: November 9th + 10th, Saturday & Sunday, 9:00am - 4:00pm
Location: SPAWN's office, 9255 Sir Francis Drake Blvd
Expert Instructors: Chris Pincetich, Ph.D., SPAWN's Education & Outreach Manager
The Course Fee includes:
Classroom instruction, handouts, and interactive discussions on endangered coho salmon biology, ecology, and conservation.
Lagunitas Creekwalk Watershed tour, coho interpretive field-training, and access to a team of seasoned Creekwalk leaders.
SPAWN's Creekwalk Naturalist Handbook, over 80 pages of local natural history information!
Contact lead instructor Dr. Chris Pincetich for details, email@example.com, (415) 663-8590 ×102. Returning SPAWN Creekwalk Naturalists can contact us for low and no-cost refresher-course options.
SPAWN Headquarters Office
9225 Sir Francis Drake Blvd.
Tocaloma, CA 94950
Spend the weekend outdoors learning the knowledge and skills to be a volunteer SPAWN Naturalist ready to lead Creekwalks to see coho salmon spawning! Click here to register.
Registration for the Fall 2013 SPAWN California Naturalist Training Course September 9 - November 11 is closed, the class is underway!