Tahuya, Dewatto, and Little Quilcene Salmon Outmigration

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ORGANIZATION: Hood Canal Salmon Enhancement Group

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Are you passionate about salmon and steelhead? Do you want to be a part of a study to monitor three wild salmon and steelhead populations in Hood Canal? Do you want to learn a ton about juvenile fish and help out with this important work? If your answers are yes, plus you just want to have some fun in the outdoors, then you are in the right place!

We are seeking volunteers to help monitor juvenile smolt traps on the Tahuya, Dewatto, and Little Quilcene Rivers as part of the Hood Canal Wild Steelhead and Coho Outmigration Project! As a volunteer you will assist HCSEG staff and interns to conduct rotary screw trap checks and learn about fish sampling protocols. All personal flotation devices/waders/boots/equipment will be provided!

Please plan to meet at the Salmon Center (600 NE Roessel Rd., Belfair) prior to the 8AM departure.

Please Sign Up through our Website link below to confirm we have room for volunteers on the day you choose.

https://www.pnwsalmoncenter.org/get-involved/volunteer/

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About Hood Canal Salmon Enhancement Group

Location:

600 NE Roessel Rd, BELFAIR, WA 98528, US

Mission Statement

The Pacific Northwest Salmon Center communicates the connection of land, people, and salmon through several integrated and collaborative activities. The Salmon Center creates educational programming, conducts research, and demonstrates sustainable agricultural practices at the edge of salmon habitat.

Description

We offer or conduct: dozens of educational opportunities every year to the general public and K-12 school children; on-site programs and projects like 4-H, a certified organic garden and farm; salmon habitat restoration projects up and down the watersheds of Hood Canal; a vibrant salmon and steelhead restoration program, currently active in the Union, Dewatto, Little Quilcene and Tahuya Rivers; a knotweed control program on several river systems; and hundreds of volunteer opportunities.

CAUSE AREAS

Animals
Environment
Animals, Environment

WHEN

Fri Apr 19, 2024 - Fri May 31, 2024
08:00 AM - 01:00 PM

WHERE

600 NE Roessel RdBelfair, WA 98528

(47.44515,-122.83717)
 

SKILLS

  • Habitat Restoration
  • Environmental Education
  • Animal Care / Handling
  • STEM

GOOD FOR

  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+

REQUIREMENTS

  • 2-3 hours or more
  • Dress for wet weather, we will provide waders.

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