HCSEG, in partnership with WDFW, is again conducting the Summer Chum Conservation Project on the Union River from August 15 through October 15th. Hood Canal summer chum are currently listed as threatened and restoration efforts are crucial for their recovery. To aid summer chum recovery, … Continued
Join HCSEG for dinner and a silent auction to support the Stream Team internship and scholarship program! For more than 20 years, HCSEG has awarded summer internships and scholarships to Hood Canal-area students studying natural resources. Throughout their internship, participants … Continued
Care about salmon? Like working outdoors? One of our RFEG partners, the Pacific Coast Salmon Coalition, is hiring a Project Manager to work out of their Forks office. To learn more, view the announcement!
Last week, the Hood Canal Salmon Enhancement Group (HCSEG) received a generous $1,800 grant from the Sierra Pacific Foundation. The grant will support this summer’s Music on the Estuary concert series at the Salmon Center, which will benefit the development … Continued
On Tuesday, April 24th, you can support the Salmon Center through the Kitsap Great Give and your support will be magnified by bonus funds! Support through the Great Give helps us carry out habitat restoration, salmon and steelhead research, and numerous environmental education programs, which served more than 11,000 youth last … Continued
Over the past few weeks, the Hood Canal Salmon Enhancement Group has been busy working with youth and salmon. April marks the end of the annual Salmon in the Classroom program, which saw over 1,100 students across Mason County raising … Continued
The Hood Canal Salmon Enhancement Group (HCSEG) is soliciting statements of qualifications and performance from firms interested in providing contracting services from July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019 in conjunction with HCSEG sponsored projects. Typical work might involve, but … Continued
HCSEG’s 2017 Annual Report is now available! Read it here! A big thank you to all of our donors, supporters, volunteers, and partners who made these accomplishments possible! We’re looking forward to a great year in 2018!
In just under a month, we’ll begin another season of trap work for the Hood Canal Steelhead Project! Volunteers are needed to monitor smolt traps on the Tahuya, Dewatto, and Little Quilcene rivers, counting and identifying fish while collecting genetic … Continued
HCSEG is seeking volunteers! We’ve just begun an effort to trap outmigrating summer chum to build a better understanding of our Union River population. For nearly 20 years, we’ve counted returning adult fish to the river, but this will serve … Continued