Salmon Release Poster Contest Winner!

Thank you to everyone that entered our 2014 Poster Contest. The winning poster was done by Malina Solin from Marin Country Day School. She is a 6th grader from Mill Valley. Malina's poster has been made into 8 foot Banners and is on flyers being distributed all over the Bay Area. We have posted the top ten posters that were picked by Tiburon's Artist Laureate Jaleh Etemad. We had many posters from schools all over Marin and thank you all for your hard work.

Salmon Kiss & Release 2014

Come help kiss and release 2,000 Chinook Salmon Fingerlings into San Francisco Bay on Saturday, May 17th from 12 to 4p.m. for the tenth annual Kiss & Release at Blackie's Pasture in Tiburon.

The Casa Grande students will bring fish to our waiting youngsters who will carry them to the bay, and start them on their way out to the Pacific Ocean.

There will be information booths about preserving our San Francisco Bay Estuary, Jumpies, Music and Tiburon Volunteer Fire Department Bar-B-Q. Come join the Fun and Kiss a salmon!

Salmon Release a Success - Thank You!

Today we released our 8,000 Chinook Salmon without a hitch. Children from schools all over Marin showed up to watch and help return sea creatures back to the bay. The students of the United Anglers of Casa Grande High school were on hand to do the heavy lifting and great fun was had by everyone involved.

Beach Clean Up Day!

Thank you to all our supporters who braved the elements to come out and clean up Blackie's Pasture Beach on September 21st. Unfortunately the weather did not cooperate. Nevertheless, about 20 Brave souls came out in the rain and collected a pile of trash off the beach. This was a very good way for some students to earn their community service hours. TSI always is in need of helping hands. If you would like to volunteer or earn some community service hours, please call me and we can arrange some fun work that will help you give back to our community.

Our New Web Site!

Welcome to our new Web Site. For several years we have been looking for just the right feel to a web site to inform you about salmon issues and what we are all about. We are very proud to present our new site. We are endeavoring to make the site informational, fun, and interactive. Please let us know what you think? We are very grateful to Tim Allen for his hard work and inspiration for this site. It is user friendly and we hope you will feel welcomed and free to comment on our content. Tim is not only a website designer, he is also an elementary school teacher in Sonoma County.

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