The fall newsletter is here! Read up on all of our recent happenings, as well as upcoming events. This issue includes updates on the Dosewallips Estuary barge removal, summer chum trapping, our many restoration efforts, knotweed control, education camps and much more! … Continued
We still need help at our salmon trap on the Union River as the season winds down! Our remaining needs can be found below. You can sign up with this form, or contact Seth at (360) 275-3575 ext. 12.
The Hood Canal Salmon Enhancement Group (HCSEG) sadly announced that Al Adams, founding member and director emeritus, passed away Sunday evening. “Al was the grandfather of the grassroots movement toward salmon habitat restoration and education in Hood Canal,” said Mendy … Continued
Over the last month, we’ve been partnering with Kitsap County and others to capture and transport fish as Clear Creek is restored. Yesterday, the Kitsap Sun wrote an article on the project. Check it out here!
Each summer, HCSEG hires numerous interns to help with education, outreach, farming, monitoring and more. Our upcoming fall newsletter will feature profiles from some of our interns. As a preview, Christine VanDeen, our summer education intern, gave us a snapshot … Continued
Capitol Land Trust is moving forward with developing our plans for how to manage Twin Rivers Ranch Preserve as we complete our current restoration work and we would like to hear from you how we should move forward. Capitol Land … Continued
Join us at The Salmon Center on Saturday, August 27th for a Paint and Picnic Day! Come share the art of Pleine Aire Painting – join with a group, paint with friends, or on your own! Enjoy nature and creativity, … Continued
HCSEG, in partnership with WDFW, will once again be conducting the Summer Chum Conservation Project on the Union River from August 15th to October 15th.Hood Canal summer chum are currently listed as threatened and restoration efforts are crucial for their recovery. To … Continued
Beginning last year, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife began to reach out to people across the state to gather perspectives on the priorities that should drive WDFW forward over the next several years. A recurring theme from community … Continued
The summer newsletter is here! Read up on all of our recent happenings, as well as upcoming events. This issue includes updates on the Hood Canal Steelhead Project, our many restoration efforts, knotweed control, trail planning, education camps and much more!