We are pleased to share with you the 2022 Annual Report of Regional Fisheries Coalition. The report highlights the inspiring successes of the 14 groups show every day though their community-powered projects and programs. Please take some time to help celebrate in the successful accomplishments from the past year!
We are pleased to share with you the 2020-2021 Annual Report of Regional Fisheries Coalition. The report highlights the grit and perseverance that the 14 groups show every day though their community-powered projects and programs. Please take some time to peruse the exiting projects and programs we engage in over
We are pleased to share with you the 2019-2020 Annual Report of Regional Fisheries Coalition. The report highlights the resilience that the 14 groups have shown over the past year — continuing to focus on the important work of salmon recovery even during challenging times. As we celebrate 30 years as
Volunteers are extremely valuable assets to Chehalis Basin Fisheries Task Force. We have a wide range of opportunities for individual volunteers and community groups — including via the annual Trout Moves. For more information on volunteering, please contact us at: (360) 482-2347 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tri-State Steelheaders did their last Gyotaku (fish printing) lesson this week! So cool to see how each Salmon in School student could take the same fish and end up with one of a kind prints! Thank you to all the teachers for letting us bring smelly fish into their classrooms
We are still hard at work releasing our Coho salmon raised at the Willow Creek Salmon and Watershed Education Center. Our essential operations are still in full swing! Although the community release event was cancelled, our Hatchery Program Manager and lead hatchery volunteer released about 12,000 Coho salmon into Swamp
Controlling the spread of invasive plants such as knotweed is incredibly important to having a healthy river ecosystem. Invasive plants can out-complete native vegetation and are not beneficial to native wildlife. The Upper Skagit Knotweed Program has been working since 2001 to control the spread of knotweed in the upper
The 14 RFEGs of the Regional Fisheries Coalition are excited to highlight their shared successes with their newly-created 2019 Annual Report. The report highlights the tremendous impact of the program — the projects accomplished, the volunteers engaged, the students taught and more. We’d be honored if you’d take a moment
Submitted by North Olympic Salmon Coalition The swath of land between Indian and Marrowstone Islands was historically comprised of tidal channels and salt marsh. Tidal waters exchanged freely between Oak Bay and Kilisut Harbor, flushing cold water, moving sediment, and allowing juvenile salmon to migrate northward from Oak Bay into the