Welcome to SPAWNERS
The San Pablo Watershed Neighbors Education & Restoration Society


Don't miss Jonathan Price's talk on Animal Tracking!



SPAWNERS Creek Restoration Documentary

This video documents a 5-year restoration project that SPAWNERS did with the East Bay Municipal Utility District. Cleaning, bank-stabilization, and planting projects on Appian and Wilkie Creeks were done with the help of community volunteers and students from De Anza High School as well as the local Boys & Girls Club. This video was produced by Kirston Koths of Oak Leaf Studios, and is best enjoyed in 1080p, stereo.

- Read about our work over the last 15 years here.

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Who is SPAWNERS?

We are a group of volunteers from our community who are working together to protect San Pablo Creek. 

We restore creek banks, remove invasive plant species, plant lovely natives, monitor creek quality, and help others learn about and appreciate our local creeks.

We invite you to join us. Volunteer or Become a Member.

By joining SPAWNERS and volunteering to help care for our creeks you will enrich your life and that of your community by making the San Pablo Creek watershed a special place worth living in.  

SPAWNERS leads a variety of projects and events throughout the year:

El Sobrante Library Creekside Park Project

Wilkie Creek Outdoor Classroom Project

Other Creek Restoration/Stewardship Workdays

Thursday Morning Weed Team Workdays

Special Events

Community Meetings

Check the SPAWNERS Calendar: SPAWNERS Calendar

Contact us if you are interested: Contact Us

Coming events...
View our Calendar 


Community Work Party
Sat. Oct. 21
9:30am-noon
4191 Appian Way, El Sobrante

Get your hands dirty restoring native plant habitat! All are welcome and training is provided, as well as tools, gloves, and snacks. Please bring a reusable water bottle and sun protection.

Jonathan Price on Animal Tracking
Tue. Oct. 3
7-9pm
El Sobrante Library Community Meeting Room
4191 Appian Way
El Sobrante, CA 94803

Join us to learn about animal tracking from Jonathan Price, Wildlife and Fisheries Biologist for the East Bay Municipal Utility District! In this exciting indoor presentation, Jonathan will teach us how to identify common wildlife tracks including mountain lions, coyotes, bobcats, foxes and raccoons.


Weed Team
4th Thursday
Thur: Sep. 28 
Location 
    4191 Appian Way
    El Sobrante, CA 94803 

Water Bug Team
TBD

Join us for a family-friendly event as we look for bugs in one of our locals creeks.

Please RSVP to helen@thewatershedproject.org  to reserve your spot.

About Water Bug Team


View our Calendar to learn about other upcoming events.