Students for Salmon

The Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association’s Students for Salmon Program (SFS) is an educational program for students and teachers in grades 3-6. It utilizes salmon as a lens to promote classroom and field research, hands-on science investigations, stewardship, and community service in an effort to produce ecologically literate citizens. Through the multi-session

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Mill Creek Fish Passage

A flood control project completed in the 1940s on Mill Creek resulted in over seven miles of modified channel, including a two-mile section of concrete-lined channel running through downtown Walla Walla. Upper Mill Creek has over 40 miles of good to high quality spawning and rearing habitat. Fish managers believe

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Naselle River Reach Design

The Naselle River Salmon Restoration project brings together more than fifty landowners and citizens to improve salmon habitat in an important section of the Naselle River. The area being addressed is lacking in functional riparian corridors, has eroding banks, is disconnected from the floodplain, and lacks the structures necessary for

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Kennedy Creek Salmon Trail

The Kennedy Creek Salmon Trail  first opened in 2000 and since that time has provided a unique opportunity to watch spawning chum salmon in their natural habitat. The trail has 11 viewpoints and teaches visitors about salmon and environmental stewardship through a series of interpretive signs along the trail. During the

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Dungeness River Riparian Recovery

The Dungeness River Riparian Recovery Project, in partnership with the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe, aims to remove invasive species from the Dungeness River and restore the floodplain forest with native trees and shrubs. This past year, the Salmon Coalition worked with 28 landowners and surveyed 150 acres of the Dungeness River

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Christmas Creek Drainage Restoration

The Christmas Creek Drainage Restoration project is a multiphase effort to restore the majority of blockages on a significant fish-bearing tributary of the Clearwater River in Jefferson County. Throughout the project’s three phases, PCSC has worked with the landowner to remove barrier culverts and associated fill, replace them with larger culverts

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