Students Represent Clients in Efforts to Protect Endangered Salmon

Students Represent Clients in Efforts to Protect Endangered Salmon 1Earlier this quarter, the Environmental Law Clinic
team of students, faculty and staff appeared in Marin County Superior Court for a hearing in a case the clinic and it’s co-counsel brought on behalf of SPAWN (Salmon Protection and Watershed Network). The case challenges Marin County’s zoning plan, which would allow increased development in the Lagunitas Creek watershed–the best remaining habitat for the imperiled Central Coast coho salmon.

As pictured here, the clinic took an opportunity to visit Lagunitas Creek after the hearing to learn more about the salmon and their habitat.

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