At least 625 students, preschool through high school, will be in Fauntleroy Park between April 26 and June 1 to release coho fry reared through the Salmon in the Schools program. They’ll add about 2,000 fry to grow a year
The Fauntleroy Watershed Council dates from July 2001, when a dozen watershed residents met to establish a venue for volunteers involved with Fauntleroy Creek, Fauntleroy Park, and other natural areas in the watershed; other interested residents; and partner agencies to work toward common goals.
If you’re passionate about preserving and maintaining urban natural areas, the Fauntleroy Watershed Council now has a way for you to make a tax-deductible donation toward ongoing stewardship of Fauntleroy Creek and Fauntleroy Park. Initial goal for the Fauntleroy Watershed
This year, 12 volunteers (including several new recruits) watched for coho spawners in lower Fauntleroy Creek between Oct. 15 and Nov. 19. Creek conditions were welcoming and tides were nearly 11 feet or higher on many days. Watchers documented only