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Volunteers with SPAWN are hoping to save young salmon from death in the evaporating creek. David Briggs

Every three years, hundreds of Central California coho salmon make a daring journey from Tomales Bay to Japan, to the frosted creeks of Alaska, before returning to West Marin. For thousands of years, the end of their lifecycle has taken place in the Lagunitas Creek watershed, but for the last 40 their majestic route has become nearly impossible to . . .

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